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Garrett D'Amore 1h
Replying to @jhamby @opensolaris
There are a number of good illumos (Solaris heritage) options available. I recommend OmniOSce for most folks.
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Jake Hamby Sep 20
Replying to @jhamby
At some point there will presumably be a Solaris 11.5 or maybe a Solaris 12 and there'll be a community edition for it, but for now the trial isn't something you're allowed to, or would want to, use for commercial purposes. That leaves FreeBSD and cousins: Open, Net, Dragonfly.
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Oracle Groundbreakers 22h
Keynotes and technical sessions from Code One SF archived on this playlist on YouTube here:
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silver Sep 21
"Today in Apple history: Sun Microsystems almost buys Apple"
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Chris Melissinos Sep 22
Replying to @garywhitta
When I joined Sun Microsystems in 1994, we had just sold and installed the largest disk array in the world. 1.1 terabytes.
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Ars Technica Sep 20
“Unix came about because Bell Labs hired smart people and gave them the freedom to amuse themselves, trusting that their projects would be useful more often than not.”
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/home/woodsb02 Sep 21
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Pablo Carboni Sep 21
PDP-7 sources recovered. :-) / Warner Losh talks about '7th Edition Unix at 40'
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(((Niclas Zeising))) Sep 22
From Arun Thomas' talk "Rust: Systems Programmers Can Have Nice Things", here at
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Daichi GOTO Sep 22
Is it time to rewrite *BSD in Rust?
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Jan-Piet MENS Sep 22
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Pablo Carboni Sep 22
Now: with 'The future of OpenZFS and FreeBSD'.
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Saulius Krasuckas Sep 22
Wow, OmniOS is back:)
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✏️ Yann ツ  Sep 22
Great News About Extended Support for Oracle Solaris 10 OS | Oracle Blog,
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Volker Stolz Sep 21
That sticker alone made it worth coming here! And a good excuse to pitch our work on Leveraging DTrace for Runtime Verification with Carl Rosenberg again
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Brian Bennett Sep 21
Replying to @jhamby
Illumos has had LX brand zones for 5 yrs and works reasonably well, but even “Linux system calls” is a pretty fast moving target. It takes a lot of energy just to keep up. Even WSLv2 changed to a VM instead of syscall translation. (And illumos now has bhyve for the same reason.)
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Saulius Krasuckas Sep 22
"[...] will probably visit the official Solaris, too [...], I plan on presenting the various Illumos distributions and their strong points. Might take me some time, though, but from now on several Solaris/Illumos topics are on my todo list."
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Open Source Security Sep 21
OSS platform security: Posted by Rich Persaud on Sep 21If you are working on open firmware, boot loaders or virtualization, there is useful content and references at the conference links below. Rich Open-Source Firmware Conference, Sep 3-6, 2019 2019…
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Deb Goodkin Sep 21
These stickers magically appeared at the table at ! Pick one up when you get your swag. Oh wait, they are all gone!!!
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Jorge Schrauwen Sep 21
Anyone at and wants some illumos or dtrace stickers? I still have some left so come find me, I'm wearing an OmniOS t-shirt.
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