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Leonardo Lopes Pereira
Fri, 11 Aug 2006 21:22:49 -0300
You forgot to check 1 point there. The license of this microkernel, it
is non-free. I think that I do not need to say anything more.
I realy dislike the Coyotos specs. license (this is a question to
another chapter), but, at least, it's source-code is free.
On Sat, 12 Aug 2006 01:48:42 +0200
Guillaume FORTAINE <address@hidden> wrote:
> kaneton is a microkernel with a very powerful design and implementation
> leading to a flexible, reliable and secure microkernel based operating
> The kaneton project is composed of two very distinctive parts:
> The first part is pedagogical and consists in provinding people
> everything necessary to learn operating systems concepts from basic
> operating system functionalities through the microkernel architecture to
> advanced distributed operating system concepts.
> The second part consists in the development of a reliable, secure and
> flexible reference implementation which, in a near future, will be used
> as a basis for a distributed operating system. This reference
> implementation is developed by experienced people.
> For more information about the kaneton microkernel design, take a look
> at the Papers section. In addition, an article about the kaneton
> microkernel was published in June, 2006 on the specialized website
> Best Regards,
> Guillaume FORTAINE
> L4-hurd mailing list
Re: KANETON, Luis Araujo, 2006/08/11
- KANETON, Guillaume FORTAINE, 2006/08/11
- Re: KANETON,
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