OpenSolaris dead as a distribution A supposedly internal memo from Oracle has been posted to the opensolaris-discuss list. The most important part of this is probably that it finally states that OpenSolaris as a distribution is dead, Oracle will no longer make OpenSolaris available in binary form as a release or in bi-weekly development builds.
Page 1 of 2 - Modern lexicons - posted in General Accordance Topics: Im looking for a good Hebrew and Greek lexicon as a first addition to my Basic package. Some lexicons seem to be very good and used in the scholary world. But the last revision sometimes is quite old Big Kittel is high on my list but is published in 1964 Liddell & Scotts Greek-English Lexicon Complete 9th Edition, published ...
Jan 19, 2020 · OpenZFS has been available on commonly used OSes for a lot longer than 2 years - Linux, MacOS, FreeBSD, Windows, and several OSes with smaller user bases (OmniOS, SmartOS, Illumos, DilOS, TrueOS, etc.) As a happy user of ZFS for the last 7 years, you would have to pry it away from my cold, dead hands.
Red Hat used to exist in multiple flavors but IBM will take care about derivates, soon :-). CentOs is already dead (although rumors are that original CentOs developers will resurect it under the nema of Rocky OS). As of December 2020 we can see six major flavors of Red Hat: RHEL -- leading commercial distribution of Linux.
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The sudden death and eternal life of Solaris. As had been rumored for a while, Oracle effectively killed Solaris on Friday.When I first saw this, I had assumed that this was merely a deep cut, but in talking to Solaris engineers still at Oracle, it is clearly much more than that.