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Briefly, FreeBSD is a UNIX operating system based on U.C. Berkeley's
4.4BSD-lite release for the i386 platform (and recently the alpha
platform). It is also based indirectly on William Jolitz's port of U.C.
Berkeley's Net/2 to the i386, known as 386BSD, though very little of
the 386BSD code remains. A fuller description of what FreeBSD is and
how it can work for you may be found on the FreeBSD home page.
is a minimal FreeBSD distribution that provides NAS (network-attached
storage) services: CIFS, FTP, NFS, and Software RAID. It may be booted
and run from a Compact Flash or CD-ROM. It also features a full
Web-based configuration interface.
is an OpenVMS-like operating system which can run on several
architectures like i386, PPC, Alpha, and many others. It consists of a
POSIX kernel and a DCL command line interpreter. The only architecture
currently supported is i386.
is an OpenSolaris-based live CD and distribution that is intended to
help people discover OpenSolaris. When installed on a hard drive, it
also allows developers to develop and compile code in a pure
OpenSolaris environment. SchilliX tries to be as Sun Solaris compatible
as possible and to be the optimum development platform for Solaris and
- Tails Live
Operating System: privacy for everyone anywhere
is an OpenBSD installer with an eye towards larger flash devices. It
installs a complete OpenBSD system with "one-touch" upgrade capability.
The primary targets are USB keys, flash disk modules, compact flash
adapters, or hard disks. Installation is targeted towards
infrastructure equipment. By default, it installs a complete OpenBSD
system that stays mounted read-only during normal operation, with
writes directed towards a memory filesystem, eliminating the need for
frequent disk writes.