Wind River Systems announced the release of version 4.3 of BSD/OS, the company’s commercial UNIX-based operating system, and detailed roadmap plans for the product. Version 4.3 of BSD/OS is available now. Future releases of the operating system will target server appliances, security and traffic management appliances, network attached storage (NAS) devices, and telecom application processing blades as part of Wind River’s strategy to provide end-to-end development platforms across the entire spectrum of original equipment manufacturer (OEM) and embedded market segments.
Wind River Announces Plans for Its BSD/OS
2002-03-15 BSD & Darwin 2 Comments
BSD is the way to go now
I have done all my work in Linux since 1997, Mostly Redhat, starting from 5.0. Desktop, servers, router/firewalls.
I tried most all of the distributions, but have stayed with redhat 6.2. I even used Solaris 7/8 x86 a while.
I tried FreeBSD 4.3 recently, and this is where the experimenting stops! Welcome home! Miss the SysV init scripts, but I will get used to BSD style. Love the ports. Probably love the softupdates, too, or at least it hasn’t let me down yet…