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  • some_canuck
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    OI Hipster wasn't a terrible release, but I'm glad they're still working on it. I was worried that Illumos as a whole was going to be abandoned when OpenZFS went Linux-first.

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  • kylew77
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    I wish the Illumos kernel projects all the luck and success in the world. The last System V Unix derivative that is open source. I used open Solaris in university but other than running Triblix in a VM haven't touched the Illumos based projects that much. I have heard that their security record isn't that great but I hope they get the manpower to fix security bugs.

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  • OpenSolaris/Illumos-Derived OpenIndiana 2021.10 Released With Better Hardware Support

    Phoronix: OpenSolaris/Illumos-Derived OpenIndiana 2021.10 Released With Better Hardware Support

    OpenIndiana as the open-source operating system forked from what was Sun's OpenSolaris and now based on Illumos is out with its latest half-year update...

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