Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 22nd Sep 2005 15:51 UTC, submitted by William Lahti
Linux The first snapshot release of Komodo, a next-generation Linux/.NET-based operating system, is now available. "A new desktop environment codenamed Dagon is now being developed with [D-Bus, Composite, Linux 2.6] to bring a new face of Linux to users. The environment is being developed around the Emotion graphics/UI toolkit to best make use of these new display and communication technologies as well as to provide a solid and useable interface for casual users." Get the latest snapshots from their FTP servers. Read more information for developers, users and enterprise users.
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RE[3]: Its the applications
by jeremy on Fri 23rd Sep 2005 01:47 UTC in reply to "RE[2]: Its the applications"
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I think you are missing his point. (That is if he point is what I thought it was. ;) )

Sure Linux can do all of that. But it's more complicated and disconnected than it needs to be.

I agree all system admins should know how to setup everything listed but it should be easier. Why does it need to be complicated? To limit who can do it?

I think he is talking more about creating a combined system with tools that allow you to easly manage all of these things. Look at what apple has done so far with their server stuff. A large portion of it's open source but it's one contained unit when looking from the outside. They also offer you all the tools you need to complete any basic task with out much work.

Now I do a lot of OS X Server work and it does have it's problems (many) but I believe that's a spot the open source community should look at. Basically create OS X but open source. Integrate all of those items into one software package.

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