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40 years of Unix

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OS The computer world is notorious for its obsession with what is new. Anything that survives for more than one generation of processors deserves a nod. Think then what the Unix operating system deserves because in August 2009, it celebrates its 40th anniversary.

Most Popular Open Source Non-Linux Based Operating Systems

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OS Whenever you mention the phrase Open Source, most people think of Linux. Such is it’s popularity that even people not familiar with open source software have still heard of this mystical, geeky “software” called Linux. I think there is far more to Open Source than Linux.

OpenSolaris 2009.06

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carroarmato0.wordpress: I like to try out different Operating Systems from time to time, experimenting, finding out how people find mays to solve the same common problem: “How can I make this computer do what I want the way I want it?”.

Another Look at openSolaris

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OS It has been about six months since I tried out openSolaris 2008.11, and since then they have released their 2009.06 version. Time for another look!

Linux Needs to be "House" Trained. Not.

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Linux It's hard to convince Joe and Mary User to convert to Linux when the first things you hear from them are: "Where's my <insert stupid application here>?" "Why can't I just have <insert ridiculous thing here>?" or the ever-popular "This doesn't work like <insert overpriced application here>?"

Are these the first images of Google Chrome OS?

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OS Google wasn't especially generous with the specifics when it came to Chrome OS in their original announcement. Looking for something a bit more tangible? We just might have it for you.

eyeOS Takes the Operating System Into the Cloud

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OS eyeOS is an open source cloud computing operating system that easily installs on a Web server and is designed for personal or collaborative use. It's a great option for schools, small businesses, and public Internet access.

The Pointlessness of Google’s Chrome OS

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  • The Pointlessness of Google’s Chrome OS

  • Google Chrome OS: Desktop Linux's Last Chance

Google promises 'the end of viruses'

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OS Google's Engineering Director has promised that its forthcoming Chrome OS will see 'the end of malware'.

Bill Gates: Chrome OS looks a lot like Linux

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  • Google’s Chrome OS looks a lot like a familiar Linux: Bill Gates

  • Will Linux Shine as Google Chrome OS?
  • With Chrome OS, Google Is Doing What Other Vendors Should Have
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