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  GNU - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The GNU project was announced publicly on September 27, 1983, on the net.unix-wizards [1] and net.usoft newsgroups.
GNU Hurd is the set of programs or services running on top of a microkernel (GNU currently uses the GNU Mach microkernel, but efforts to port Hurd to the L4 microkernel are currently ongoing).
The "GNU" in GNU Hurd indicates that it is a part of the GNU project, while "GNU/Hurd" distinguishes it as one of the two currently available GNU systems--that is, Linux-based GNU systems (or "GNU/Linux") as opposed to Hurd-based GNU systems (or "GNU/Hurd").
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/GNU   (1888 words)

The GNU system is often combined with the kernel Linux, which is not part of the GNU project, to form a completely functional operating system.
The GNU project was announced publicly on September 27, 1983, on the net.unix-wizards and net.usoft newsgroups.
This license is now used by most GNU programs, as well as a large number of free software programs that are not part of the GNU project; it is one of the most commonly-used free software licenses in the world.
www.reference.com /browse/wiki/GNU   (1364 words)

 The Free Universal Encyclopedia and Learning Resource - GNU Project - Free Software Foundation (FSF)
It makes sense to require modified versions to carry proper attribution giving credit to the authors of the previous version, and be labelled clearly as modified, so that there is no confusion about whose views they present.
The GNU Free Documentation License would be a good license to use for courses.
Verbatim copying and distribution of this entire article is permitted in any medium without royalty provided this notice is preserved.
www.gnu.org /encyclopedia/free-encyclopedia.html   (3641 words)

 GNU Computer Encyclopedia Enterprise Resource Directory Complete Guide to Internet   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The GNU Manifesto was published in the March 1985 issue of Dr. Dobb's Journal but the GNU project started a year and a half earlier when {Richard Stallman} was trying to get funding to work on his freely distributable editor, {Emacs}.
{Emacs} and the GNU {C} compiler, {gcc}, two tools designed for this project, have become very popular.
GNU software is available from many {GNU archive site}s.
www.jaysir.com /computer-encyclopedia/g/gnu-computer-terms.htm   (100 words)

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