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Kernels (What are the main free) (En.howto wiki)
... system you are used to. [edit] Solutions: POSIX (UNIX-like) In order to make UNIX ... compatible with each other, there is the POSIX standard. Linux (a trade mark of Linus ... future. See various L4 implementations. [edit] Solutions: POSIX (not UNIX-like) When writing programs, a system that is POSIX comliant alow programmers to compile any UNIX-like (...POSIX) application on the new system. The ...
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Single UNIX Specification
... also registered as ISO/IEC 9945), or POSIX, which loosely stands for Portable Operating System ... Specification was separate from the official IEEE POSIX. The near-equivalent SUS became more popular ... a substantial fee for access to the POSIX specification. Beginning in 1998 a joint working ... standard. It is called PCTS or the Posix Certification Test Suite. Note that a system ... Linus Torvalds designed Linux to be as POSIX conforming as possible. First, this was ...
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Comparison of Linux distributions   (translated from German)
... standard) pre LSB with C, different others( POSIX conforming) Fedora core module loading monolithic (Linux ... no standard) LSB with C, differently different( POSIX conforming) Gentoo Linux module loading monolithic (Linux ... rpmdrake / urpmi LSB with C, different others ( POSIX conforming) ? Slackware module loading monolithic (Linux) ext3 ... no standard) LSB with C, differently different( POSIX conforming) SUSE Linux module loading monolithic (Linux ... no standard) LSB with C, different others( POSIX conforming) Ubuntu module loading monolithic (Linux) ...
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User talk:Mipadi/Archive01
... is in use" in Windows, or that POSIX "is in use" in Windows, because a ... and that Windows has a very weak POSIX layer; both which are technically true, but ... Windows, or to the quality of the POSIX layer, the statements are deliberately vague. Vagueness ... X to Mach -- one would not characterise POSIX by saying that "POSIX is in use in a number ...
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Image talk:UnixHistory.jpg
... September 12, 2005 (UTC) Linux is a POSIX compliant kernel. It can be implemented with ... kernel, by itself, does not produce a POSIX-compliant Unix system, and because of that ... is a difference between being compatible Unix/POSIX and to have an historical role. Maybe ... kernel, by itself, does not produce a POSIX-compliant" For information, do you know Unix Time-sharing System is not POSIX-compliant? CAMPESATO Jean-Baptiste / camje_lemon 16: ...
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... is anything that even loosely follows the posix specs. It's like merging cars with ... Unix philosophy and that loosely follows the POSIX specifications (the reason for the "Unix philosophy ... stuff is that MS-Windows has some POSIX compliance, but I would not consider it ... or NT codebases has been close to POSIX compliant, they've never tried. With the ... the Win32 subsystem, Windows NT includes a POSIX subsystem that is compliant with various ...
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Talk:Unix epoch
... result of ignoring leap seconds is that POSIX time counts mean solar seconds, not SI ... Unix epoch which is incompatible with the POSIX standard. See http://www.ucolick.org/~sla/leapsecs/onlinebib.html#POSIX . So there is probably a need to distinguish between the POSIX epoch and the BSD Unix epoch 2004 ... the end of the signed 32-bit POSIX epoch is moot, for UTC will ...
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Inter-process communication
... Linking and Embedding (OLE); Novell's SPX; POSIX mmap, Message Queues, Semaphores, and Shared Memory ... systems Socket Most operating systems Pipe All POSIX systems Named pipe All POSIX systems Semaphore All POSIX systems Shared memory All POSIX systems Message passing (shared nothing) Used ...
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Unix (Mac wiki)
... open operating system standardization effort known as POSIX provided a common baseline for all operating systems; IEEE based POSIX around the structure of the UNIX system ... GNU software formed the foundation for a POSIX-conformant operating system known as GNU/Linux ... 400 library systems were folded into broader POSIX file systems. The command prompt with which ... basis for a standard operating system interface (POSIX, see above). The C programming language, ...
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Single Unix Specification   (translated from German)
... as ISO / International Electronical Commission 9945), or POSIX , which in approximately for Portable operating system ... Group a part of the official IEEE POSIX. The SUS, the practically equivalent was, became ... considerable sums for the entrance to the POSIX specification required. Since 1998 the Austin Group ... Linux standard cousin made available. See also POSIX Native POSIX Thread LIBRARY UNIX manual Web on ...
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