Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 18th Mar 2008 21:37 UTC
BSD and Darwin derivatives The MirOS BSD project has released MirOS BSD xi. "The MirOS Project proudly presents release 10 of MirOS BSD: MirOS xi. A mini-ISO for the installation can be downloaded from This image can be burned to a CD and used for installing over the network. The full CD image can be downloaded via BitTorrent. MirOS BSD is a secure operating system, originally based on OpenBSD, for i386 and sparc machines. Read more about it at the 'About MirOS' page.
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by fithisux on Wed 19th Mar 2008 09:43 UTC
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MidnightBSD and MirOS teams could cooperate. Both include talented people who could combine their forces instead of splitting resources. They both try to create a BSD OS using different ideas. Their vies are complementary and so instead of wasting time they could both focus on the same thing as allies.

Edited 2008-03-19 09:43 UTC

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RE: MidnightBSD???
by Oliver on Wed 19th Mar 2008 11:03 in reply to "MidnightBSD???"
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The goal of MidnightBSD is the Desktop. So it _is_ something different. And guess what? It's open source, so in the end they are already working together.

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