Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 14th Sep 2007 13:38 UTC, submitted by Delvin Nair
Ubuntu, Kubuntu, Xubuntu "Ubuntu sponsor Canonical announced a version of its Linux software stripped down for use just on virtualized environments. The version, called Jeos for 'Just Enough Operating System' and pronounced 'juice', is now available." That's what ZDnet and report, but Jeos is nowhere to be found on the Ubuntu website. El Reg claims: "Canonical is still in the midst of deciding whether not to make JeOS wildly available, since it's mostly meant as an ISV thing."
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late to the party
by devnet on Fri 14th Sep 2007 18:33 UTC
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Canonical is about 2 years late to the party on JeOS. VMWare coined this term on their developers blogs in July...seems like they've 'borrowed' it.

rPath has been doing JeOS from the beginning of their existence (2 years now).

Next thing you know Canonical will release an rBuilder like application.

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