Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 26th Nov 2008 22:45 UTC, submitted by pablo_marx
OSNews, Generic OSes Linux distributions come and go by the dozens almost every day, and most of them live and die an unknown, irrelevant life, mostly because no, changing three icons and adding the suffix '-nix' to any random word doesn't make it different from Ubuntu. Anyway, sometimes, a new distribution is started that brings something new to the table. One such "distribution" is Glendix, which aims to combine the Linux kernel with the userpsace tools from Plan 9. Distribution is probably not the right term for this project.
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RE[2]: Nice name choice
by grfgguvf on Thu 27th Nov 2008 02:20 UTC in reply to "RE: Nice name choice"
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And Glenda's supercomputing cluster at IBM:

That looks photoshopped. I can tell from the pixels, having seen quite a few in my time.

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