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Re: Red Hat's Switch Campaign
Posted by dewasa on 2002-11-07 08:51:56
In reply to RJDohnert
RJDohnert said "Apple's Open Source part is just the kernel itself." Not hardly. Darwin is a complete open source OS integrating Mach 3.0, operating-system services based on BSD 4.4, high-performance networking facilities, and support for multiple integrated file systems. The Darwin kernel features many enhancements from FreeBSD 4.4 and the KAME IPv6/IPsec code, and is one of the first Open Source operating system releases to be built using GCC 3.1. Now, what was that you were saying about its developer tools being out of date? BTW, is currently developing the KDE GUI for Darwin. The website says: "While there is more work yet to do, the majority of KDE is usable and relatively stable, bringing hundreds of applications to Mac OS X and Darwin, including the KOffice office application suite."

 * Topic  Author  Date
Re: Red Hat's Switch Campaign  Lou Hirsh  2002-11-04 09:25:36
Re: Red Hat's Switch Campaign  sfr_999  2002-11-08 09:49:14
Re: Red Hat's Switch Campaign  workinghard  2002-11-08 14:32:11
Re: Red Hat's Switch Campaign  dewasa  2002-11-04 15:06:06
Re: Red Hat's Switch Campaign  RJDohnert  2002-11-06 18:18:07
Re: Red Hat's Switch Campaign  dewasa  2002-11-07 08:51:56
Re: Red Hat's Switch Campaign  RJDohnert  2002-11-25 15:43:10
Re: Red Hat's Switch Campaign  madamimadam  2002-11-05 21:49:06
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