Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 3rd Feb 2009 13:34 UTC
OSNews, Generic OSes Creating a new operating system isn't an easy task. Even if you have dozens, hundreds of people, it may still take years. And even if you do get some code out there, chances are no one will really give a flying monkey butt, and your hard work will wither away in irrelevance. You really need something unique in order to stand out and be noticed, and Dmitry Zavalishin claims he has that something: his Phantom OS never dies.
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It is called orthogonal persistance
by abstraction on Wed 4th Feb 2009 08:15 UTC
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2008-11-27

And it is not a very unique idea. It was used for the unununium os for instance.

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vivainio Member since:
2008-12-26

And it is not a very unique idea. It was used for the unununium os for instance.


Thank you for reminding me of the name "unununium", led to interesting forensic operation on the net.

This also exhibits a scenario where wikipedia sucks; there is no page for uuu, even if it clearly existed and tested some interesting ideas:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Articles_for_deletion/Log/20...

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