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Bell Labs Unveils Plan 9 Operating System

Bell Labs has made the third release of its Plan 9 computer operating system available on the World Wide Web under an open-source agreement.

GNULinux.com

GNULinux.com is the open source gateway where non-Linux to novice-Linux users can find resources and information to make the transition to Linux an easy and friendly experience.

An experience installing OpenBSD

This article, well really more like a journal, explores my installation of OpenBSD. I had a few problems and made a few errors, but I also found some solutions and had some work arounds.

PowerCrypt encryption accelerator endorsed by OpenBSD

Global Technologies Group, Inc. announced that the PowerCrypt encryption accelerator has been endorsed by OpenBSD (www.openbsd.com). Kernel-level support for PowerCrypt was developed by OpenBSD, with device drivers and IPSec code written by members of the OpenBSD community.

BeOS 5.0 is maturing nicely

Although it is fast and stable, with excellent multimedia capabilities, BeOS 5.0 still enjoys too little support from developers of applications and drivers to make it a viable replacement for Windows on mainstream desktops.

Interview with OpenBSD's Theo Deraadt

Lately the BSD world is changing very rapidly: Walnut Creek merged with BSDI, BSD finally got more attention of the media and new exciting techniques (OpenSSH, IPv6, etc.) are being integrated in the BSD source trees. In the beginning of April 2000 we had an interview with Theo Deraadt, leader of the OpenBSD project concerning these and some other things.

QNX opens Neutrino RTOS source code

In a bid to boost its profile in the emerging 'e-device' arena, real-time operating system supplier QNX is going open source - sort of.

Hands on with Darwin 1.0

The best thing that could happen to Mac OS X happened with the release of Darwin 1.0. Now that a (hopefully) large number of eyeballs will inspect the internals of the kernel, there is a very good chance that Mac OS X will be a solid offering early on.

TrustedBSD Project

TrustedBSD provides a set of trusted operating system extensions to the FreeBSD operating system, targetting the Orange Book B1 evaluation criteria.

MINIX license change

At this point, for most intents and purposes, MINIX is effectively no different than being in the public domain. You can do whatever you want with it.