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Links 1 through 10 of 13 by Jason Brooks tagged solaris

Not a bad post, but the headline writes a check the text body can't cash... As one commenter noted, all the wrinkles Perlow encountered makes Ubuntu look like the system that OpenSolaris wishes it could be when it grows up...

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As noted at SELinux News, OpenSolaris has launched a new project, Flexible Mandatory Access Control (FMAC), to integrate the Flask/TE security scheme into their OS. This is the same underlying model implemented by SELinux, and follows other cross-platform

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"if Solaris really is to be released under the GPLv3, maybe the advantage of avoiding unnecessary non-compatible licence issues could be enough of an advantage that it might be worth trying to re-license the Linux kernel under the GPLv3 too."

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At the end of 2006, ZDnet blogger Paul Murphy made what I thought at the time to be a poor prediction: That 2007 will see Sun's OpenSolaris eclipse Linux in the size and activity of its developer community, and all OS development projects, save Windows, w

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Sun Microsystems, Inc. and Red Hat have both submitted new versions of their trusted operating systems (OS) for Common Criteria (CC) certification evaluation. While these systems are being evaluated against the same CC protection profiles and at the same

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Sun Cuts Price on Solaris 10 Support

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"By the end of the year the OpenSolaris community will be widely recognised as larger and more active than the Linux community..." If this is to happen, it'll take a lot longer than one year.

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