Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 28th Jun 2006 20:00 UTC
OSNews, Generic OSes A new version of Plan 9 has been released. "Major changes were made to /sys/src/fs, removing some dead code. Some major bugs were fixed. New features were added and the memory limit was increased." More information can be found in the mailing list message. For those that don't know: "Plan 9 was born in the same lab where Unix began. Underneath, though, lies a new kind of system, organized around communication and naming rather than files and processes. In Plan 9, distributed computing is a central premise, not an evolutionary add-on."
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RE: Plan9 use
by reez on Wed 28th Jun 2006 20:47 UTC in reply to "Plan9 use"
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Grid Computing!

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RE[2]: Plan9 use
by Jedd on Thu 29th Jun 2006 19:14 in reply to "RE: Plan9 use"
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Indeed! Grid Computing on steroids. :-p
I use PLAN 9 at home to take care of my *NIX machines, of course having 9vfs in the linux kernel helps a helluva lot. ;)

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