Linked by Andrew Hudson on Wed 19th Jul 2006 18:45 UTC
OSNews, Generic OSes Plan 9 is an operating system designed by the same people who created the original UNIX. Its development began in the late 1980's and it was a research project intended to address a variety of system scalability issues that the UNIX and LINUX kernels don't do particularly well, namely, distributed computing, distributed name spaces, and distributed file systems. Plan 9 is open source and its current and fourth major release was in 2002. It is available as an install or LiveCD and it can be downloaded here. Note: This is an entry to our Alternative OS Contest.
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Live OS system nomination
by lilsirecho on Wed 19th Jul 2006 19:26 UTC
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I request a nomination for the LiveCD/DVD construction kit designed by user "Gradgrind" in archlinux,

This kit permits the scripts provided to organize the data and generate a LiveCD/DVD .iso.

It can be applied to systems other than archlinux and deserves your appraisal.

It performs like a charm!

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