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IBM ESA/390 operating systems

                                               

GEORGE (operating system)

GEORGE was the name given to a series of operating systems released by International Computers and Tabulators in the 1960s, for the ICT 1900 series of computers. These included GEORGE 1, GEORGE 2, GEORGE 3, and GEORGE 4. Initially the 1900 series ...

                                               

PC/IX

                                               

RX-UX832

                                               

Vino (operating system)

Vino was a now-inactive project at Harvard University that sought to develop an extensible-kernel operating system based on NetBSD. There is also a current project named Vino hosted on CodePlex that seeks to develop a Java-based operating system ...

                                               

OS/8

OS/8 was the primary operating system used on the Digital Equipment Corporations PDP-8 minicomputer. Pre-OS/8 there were earlier PDP-8 operating systems: R-L Monitor, also referred to as MS/8. P?S/8, requiring only 4K of memory. PDP-8 4K Disk Mon ...

                                               

MK-DOS

MK-DOS was one of the most widespread operating systems for Elektronika BK personal computers, developed by Mikhail Korolev and Dmitriy Butyrskiy from 1in Like ANDOS, the system provided full compatibility for all models, emulating the BK-0010 en ...

                                               

ICL operating systems

                                               

ICL Concurrent Machine Environment

                                               

ICL CME

                                               

Direct Machine Environment

                                               

ICL DME

                                               

Executive (operating system)

                                               

J (operating system)

                                               

MAXIMOP

                                               

MultiJob

                                               

OpenVME

                                               

SuperNova (operating system)

                                               

TME (operating system)

                                               

ICL Transaction Machine Environment

                                               

VME/B

                                               

VME/K

                                               

Linux for Tegra

Linux for Tegra is a GNU/Linux based system software distribution by Nvidia for the Nvidia Tegra processor series such as used in the Nvidia Jetson board series. It is sort of a sibling to Nvidias Vibrante Linux publications. This system software ...

                                               

ALT Linux

ALT Linux is a set of Russian RPM-based operating systems built on top of the Linux kernel and Sisyphus packages repository. ALT Linux has been developed collectively by ALT Linux Team developers community and ALT Linux Ltd.

                                               

CAOS Linux

CAOS Linux was an RPM-based Linux distribution. It aspired to be community maintained and managed. Infiscale described its GravityOS as the small footprint of Caos" indicating a certain level of influence from the discontinued distribution. The n ...

                                               

Fuduntu

Fuduntu Linux was a Fedora-based Linux distribution created by Andrew Wyatt. It is designed to fit in somewhere between Fedora and Ubuntu, and, while optimized for netbooks and other portable computers, it is a general-purpose OS. After forking F ...

                                               

Hanthana Linux (operating system)

Hanthana Linux is a computer operating system based on the Fedora distribution, distributed as free and open source software. Hanthana Linux is among the active Fedora remixes. It is specially designed to cater to the needs of Sri Lankan computer ...

                                               

ICLOAK

ICLOAK is a Linux-based operating system which is designed with security as primary objective. It boots from a live USB device, and replaces the main OS. By default, it leaves no trace on users computer unless the files are explicitly saved on pe ...

                                               

Korora (operating system)

Korora was a remix of the Fedora Linux distribution. Originally Kororaa was a binary installation method for Gentoo Linux which aimed for easy installation of a Gentoo system by using install scripts instead of manual configuration. The name deri ...

                                               

Russian Fedora Remix

Russian Fedora Remix was a remix of the Fedora Linux distribution adapted for Russia that was active in 2008–2019. It was neither a copy of the original Fedora nor a new GNU/Linux distribution. The project aimed to ensure that Fedora fully satisf ...

                                               

SimpleLinux

simpleLinux is a Linux distribution that uses LZMA compression to compress its system files. The project was started in 2007 by a group of Malaysian developers. simpleLinux is a Slackware-based distribution that comes in both Live CD or Persisten ...

                                               

Sorcerer (Linux distribution)

Sorcerer was a source-based Linux distribution. The distribution downloads and compiles source code to install and update installed software. Instead of using abbreviations such as rpm Red Hat and dpkg Debian, Sorcerers tool terminology is based ...

                                               

Unity Operating System

Unity Operating System is a Chinese Linux distribution developed by UnionTech based on Deepin and commissioned by the Peoples Republic of China to replace foreign operating systems like Microsoft Windows.

                                               

Arch-based Linux distributions

                                               

History of the AmigaOS 4 dispute

The following history of the AmigaOS 4 dispute documents the legal battle mainly between the companies Amiga, Inc. and Hyperion Entertainment over the Operating System AmigaOS 4. On 30 September 2009, Hyperion and Amiga, Inc. reached a settlement ...

                                               

Commodore D9060

The Commodore D9090 Hard Disk was the only family of hard drives that Commodore made for both the home and business market. The electronics are identical in the D9090 and the D9060 unit; the only difference is the size of the installed hard drive ...

                                               

Hard disk drives

                                               

AppleCD

AppleCD is a range of SCSI-based CD-ROM drives for Apple Macintosh personal computers, manufactured and sold by Apple Computer from the late 1980s to late 1990s. Earlier AppleCD drives required a CD caddy in order to be used, while later models u ...

                                               

Optical jukebox

An optical jukebox is a robotic data storage device that can automatically load and unload optical discs, such as Compact Disc, DVD, Ultra Density Optical or Blu-ray disc and can provide terabytes or petabytes of tertiary storage. The devices are ...

                                               

Write once read many

Write once read many describes a data storage device in which information, once written, cannot be modified. This write protection affords the assurance that the data cannot be tampered with once it is written to the device. On ordinary non-WORM ...

                                               

Optical computer storage media

                                               

Board solid-state drive

The board solid-state drive, commonly referred to as the BSSD, is an implementation of a regular SSD, but in a different form factor and packaging, which is perhaps optimized for certain aspects of the storage device, such as cost or density. The ...

                                               

Copyback

Copyback is a NAND flash memory or SSD operation where data is read from one location in flash memory and written to another location, usually in the same LUN. This data does not need to be sent to the host as the copyback operation does not orig ...

                                               

Solid-state storage

Solid-state storage is a type of non-volatile computer storage that stores and retrieves digital information using only electronic circuits, without any involvement of moving mechanical parts. This differs fundamentally from the traditional elect ...

                                               

Trim (computing)

A trim command allows an operating system to inform a solid-state drive which blocks of data are no longer considered in use and can be wiped internally. Trim was introduced soon after SSDs were introduced. Because low-level operation of SSDs dif ...

                                               

Write amplification

Write amplification is an undesirable phenomenon associated with flash memory and solid-state drives, where the actual amount of information physically-written to the storage media is a multiple of the logical amount intended to be written. Becau ...

                                               

IBM cassette tape

On the original IBM Personal Computer, and the IBM PCjr, an interface was provided to allow the use of a compact cassette tape recorder to load and save data and programs. In fact until the PC was discontinued in 1987, there was a Model 104 offer ...

                                               

Cobalt Qube

The Cobalt Qube was a computer server appliance product line developed by Cobalt Networks, Inc. from 1998 to 2002 featuring a modified Red Hat Linux operating system and a proprietary GUI for server management. The original Qube systems were equi ...

                                               

Cobalt RaQ

The Cobalt RaQ is a 1U rackmount server product line developed by Cobalt Networks, Inc. featuring a modified Red Hat Linux operating system and a proprietary GUI for server management. The original RaQ systems were equipped with MIPS RM5230 or RM ...

                                               

HP StorageWorks

In computing, HPE Storage, a portfolio of HPE storage products, includes online storage, near-online storage, storage networking, archiving, de-duplication, and storage software. HP has developed many industry-first storage technologies to simpli ...

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