Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 13th Mar 2006 13:38 UTC, submitted by Norman Feske
OSNews, Generic OSes The OS Group of Technische Universitaet Dresden (TUD:OS) has released a live demo CD of their custom operating system project. TUD:OS is a microkernel-based operating system targeted at secure and real-time systems. Some highlights of the demo CD include a new approach for securing graphical user interfaces called Nitpicker, multiple L4Linux kernels running at the same time on top of a custom L4 microkernel, a survey on the reuse of device drivers on the TUD:OS platform, native Qt-applications, the DOpE windowing system, games, and much more. More information is available at the demo CD website. And yes, boys and girls, there are screenshots, too.
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RE: Minix?
by SEJeff on Mon 13th Mar 2006 18:01 UTC in reply to "Minix?"
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2005-11-05 As much as Andy wants it to be, Minux ! > Linux.

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RE[2]: Minix?
by Get a Life on Mon 13th Mar 2006 21:29 in reply to "RE: Minix?"
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Such a degree of disrespect for Andrew Tanenbaum is undue, no matter how poorly you understand some argument on Usenet from the early '90s.

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RE[3]: Minix?
by vitae on Mon 13th Mar 2006 21:50 in reply to "RE[2]: Minix?"
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Really? Because if Andrew Tanenbaum was some polite old professor happy to see a youngster like Linus Torvalds accomplish something great, that'd be nice. But he's not. He's a loud-mouthed, opinonated ass. You have to give respect to get it back. That's how it works. He doesn't seem to understand that.

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