Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sat 19th Aug 2006 16:11 UTC
Microsoft MSDN's Channel 9 has two videos in their 'Going Deep' series which dive, well, deeper into Singularity, the operating system in development at Microsoft's research department. The first of the two is about, among other things, Software Isolated Processes (SIPs). The second of the two actually shows Singularity in action.
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by segedunum on Sat 19th Aug 2006 17:02 UTC
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Unix. Did anyone see him type in 'dir /dev'? Very funny.

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by happycamper on Sat 19th Aug 2006 17:16 in reply to "Wow"
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Maybe it's Microsoft's secret linux distro.

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by superbenk on Mon 21st Aug 2006 11:49 in reply to "RE: Wow"
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I believe MS had a little thing called Xenix, so I'm not sure what you define here as "cloning". Xenix was an extremely popular Unix variant (indeed, it was a true certified Unix, iirc) that MS sold to SCO very early on. Linux came long after Xenix, therefor calling the use of a Unix/Linux-like directory structure a "clone" of Linux is really inaccurate.

Sorry, this was meant as a reply to the next comment below...

Edited 2006-08-21 11:50

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RE: Wow
by hraq on Sun 20th Aug 2006 06:06 in reply to "Wow"
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Its shell is a unix/linux clone obscured by some modifications to look unique eg "dir" instead of "ls".

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