[TUHS] Early Clones / Rewrites for TUHS archives
brad at anduin.eldar.org
Tue Dec 19 04:41:10 AEST 2017
Toby Thain <toby at telegraphics.com.au> writes:
> On 2017-12-18 12:35 PM, Steve Simon wrote:
>> maybe i am wrong but i thought QNX was open source for a while, but then
>> it changed hands and the new owners “removed it from the internet”.
>> interestingly if this is true its only the 2nd time i have heard of this
>> happening ever happening. the other one was years ago with the Khronos
>> dataflow signal processing system.
> What about Solaris.
Depends on your point of view a bit.... One can probably say that Oracle
Solaris has been "pulled back". But, Solaris has sufficiently escaped
in a form that is still open source, if you ignore Oracle. The company
which is my $DAYJOB uses Joyent Triton SmartOS, which is very Solaris in
every way and completely open source. We run a couple of farily large
private clouds with it.
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