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SLS (SOFTLANDING LINUX SYSTEM) INTRODUCTION Welcome to release 1.03 of SLS (SoftLanding Linux System) containing kernel 99 alpha p11, libc 4.4.1, gcc 2.4.5 and XFree86 1.3.
Linux is a free 386 unix like operating system similar to System V, and developed by Linus Torvalds, plus a few hundred big hearted programmers on the Internet.
Note the new Extended FS type 2, it is now the recommended file system to use, although the old minix fs can be used and is still the default.
linux.ka.nu /sls-1.03.readme.txt   (1474 words)

 BibTeX bibliography linux.bib
The system has the capability to monitor continuously all kinds of man-made and natural structures where the early detection of possible movements may prevent disasters.
Domain analysis is a generalization of systems analysis, in which the primary objective is to identify the operations and objects needed to specify information processing in a particular application domain.
The use of single-copy, a concept well known from higher-end systems, is proposed as a means to overcome the memory bandwidth bottleneck.
www.math.utah.edu /pub/tex/bib/linux.html   (2963 words)

 SoftLanding Systems Joins the Eclipse Foundation
SoftLanding also offers free WDSC plug-in utilities to help make the IDE as easy to use for iSeries development as it is for Java and Web development.
SoftLanding Systems, a leading provider of Software Management solutions for iSeries and multi-platform development, specializes in solutions that streamline the entire software development process, resulting in enhanced productivity, higher quality software, and improved application availability.
SoftLanding's strength is in creating the ideal Software Management solution for any software environment, regardless of complexity, by drawing on expertise and tools in the following areas: software change management, database change management, application testing, multiplatform deployment, rapid problem resolution, and security.
www.softlanding.com /turnover/eclipse_pr.htm   (513 words)

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Linux X11 supports only VGA type video cards, but there are so many types of VGA's that only certain ones are fully supported.
Softlanding is not liable or responsible for damage or loss incurred or resulting from the use or misuse of this product.
The linux kernel is copyright Linus B. Torvalds.
www.ibiblio.org /pub/historic-linux/distributions/sls/1.03/a3/readme   (1318 words)

 The Debian Distribution | Linux Journal
Linux is freely-available and freely-redistributable, so anyone who wishes to do so may obtain a Linux distribution and resell it for profit without the need to obtain licenses or pay royalties.
There is little chance that Linux could ever have reached the level of quality that it has today without the freedom provided to its users by the GNU General Public License.
Almost all users of Linux will get their first taste of it through a distribution, and most users will continue to use a distribution for the sake of convenience even after they are familiar with the operating system.
www.linuxjournal.com /article.php?sid=2748   (1406 words)

 LinuxPlanet - Editorials - Debian: A Brief Retrospective - Debian a Decade Ago
The base system is now virtually complete (though I'm still looking around to make sure that I grabbed the most recent sources for everything), and I'd like to get some feedback before I add the "fancy" stuff.
When I posted this message a decade ago, Linux was in use by maybe a few tens of thousands of people around the world, and most of those people were either running their own homebrew Linux system or Peter MacDonald's SLS, the Softlanding Linux System.
Linux was developed in a strikingly different and seemingly haphazard manner.
www.linuxplanet.com /linuxplanet/editorials/4959/1   (1215 words)

 linuxflavors.html   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Linux - an implementation of the Unix operating system, has become extremely popular in the recent years, and is being cited as the future de facto standard of the industry.
Linux - as the operating system is commonly known, is in fact the kernel written by Linus Torvalds, which was first used in the GNU operating system written by the Free Software Foundation founded by Richard Stallman.
Linux newsgroups are a great form of support for all distributions of Linux, though, there is better support for the more popular versions rather than the rare ones.
www.ipr.res.in /synergy/linuxflavors.html   (1774 words)

 Softlanding Linux System - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Softlanding Linux System (SLS) was an early Linux distribution, founded by Peter MacDonald in mid-1992.
It was the first to offer a comprehensive Linux distribution containing more than the Linux Kernel and basic utilities.
SLS was probably the most popular Linux distribution at the time, and dominated the market until the developers made a decision to change the executable format which was not well received by the user base (a.out to ELF).
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Softlanding_Linux_System   (173 words)

 Red Hat Linux Unleashed rhl02.htm   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Red Hat Linux is also notable for the ability to install from an X session, assuming the video card and monitor are supported by Linux.
Lastly, the Linux Systems Labs (dirvin@vela.acs.oakland.edu) can also provide commercial software for Linux, including manuals, database applications, and other applications software not in the shareware or public domain.
When you first start Linux from a DOS machine, it's comforting to know that you can transfer files easily between two machines that are running different operating systems, so don't worry; you will not have to give up your familiar DOS environment.
www.linux-gnu.com.ar /redhat/rhl02.htm   (2797 words)

 Nikolai Bezroukov. Portraits of Open Source Pioneers. Ch 4: Grand Replicator aka Benevolent Dictator (A Slightly ...
Linux like Unix in general is a major democratic OS and a major democratic social force in computing despite the fact that the development of the kernel is ruled with iron fist by Linus Torvalds.
But the deeper underling question is "whether Linux technical achievements were worth the trouble?" Or enthusiasts that Linus led to a distant bright future were engaged in the activity similar to drawing a picture on wet seashore sand with waves in a form of new corporate requirements erasing all traces of their hard work.
The initial version of Linux was the act of rebellion against the commercial software and hardware giants who were raking in millions of dollars a year from their closely protected operating systems and hardware.
www.softpanorama.org /People/Torvalds/index.shtml   (10005 words)

 KnowProSE.com: SuSE Linux, by Chris Brown
As a Linux distribution, it's beginning was a German rendition of Slackware.
In 1992 it was Softlanding Linux System, and later that year S.u.S.E. (Software- und System-Entwicklung) was formed as a UNIX consulting group.
In other words, SuSE Linux is not new, and it has evolved a lot in the last 14 years (at the time of this writing), it has become and maintained itself as a stable operating system.
www.digitaldivide.net /blog/Taran/view?PostID=17928   (264 words)

 Building applications for the Linux Standard Base IBM Systems Journal - Find Articles
By 1992, some early Linux distributions such as MCC (a Linux distribution from the Manchester Computing Centre), TAMU (a distribution from Texas AandM University) and SLS (Softlanding Linux System) were easily available over the Internet.
Where there are large numbers of implementations, as is the case with Linux, widespread core compatibility makes it possible to have applications that work correctly on many implementations.
The Linux Standard Base (LSB) is a set of operating-system standards with the goal of increasing compatibility among Linux distributions and enabling software applications to run on any Linux-compliant system.
findarticles.com /p/articles/mi_m0ISJ/is_2_44/ai_n14793332   (890 words)

 A Brief History of Debian - The Debian Manifesto
Debian Linux is a brand-new kind of Linux distribution.
Rather than being developed by one isolated individual or group, as other distributions of Linux have been developed in the past, Debian is being developed openly in the spirit of Linux and GNU.
Such distribution is essential to the success of the Linux operating system in the commercial market, and it must be done by organizations in a position to successfully advance and advocate free software without the pressure of profits or returns.
www.debian.org /doc/manuals/project-history/ap-manifesto.en.html   (1018 words)

 SUSE - The real meaning from Timesharetalk wikipedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
SUSE (pronounced [suz?], loosely [SOO-zuh] [1] in English) is a major retail Linux distribution, produced in Germany.
There is a rumour that the name is a tribute to the German computer pioneer Konrad Zuse.
Starting with the 10.1 release, SuSE includes a secondary installation program known as Zen-Updater, which can be used as a secondary means of installing software and replaces Suse-updater providing notification of software updates on the desktop.
www.timesharetalk.co.uk /wiki.asp?k=SUSE   (1374 words)

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The package system concept, which Murdock said Debian borrowed from Unix, made it possible to upgrade the system piece by piece and eventually allowed software updates to be delivered online.
The project says it is currently the only distribution that is open for every developer and user to contribute their work, and the only significant distributor of Linux that is not a commercial entity.
The Linux opportunity is enormous, and the opportunity is in the ecosystem around Linux, where any number of companies, large and small, can benefit and coexist.
www.devxnews.com /article.php/3064611   (1638 words)

 About SUSE - SUSE Wiki
The legacy of SUSE is still evident in version 9.1 (released after the Novell acquisition) with its unique administration tools, high number of software-packages and extensive documentation.
The current version is 10.1 and has been released with the rudiments of an exciting new build system.
Another addition is the ability to detect and install drivers for many common winmodems shipped with original equipment manufacturer desktop and laptop systems (such modems are designed to use Windows-specific software to operate).
susewiki.org /index.php?title=About_SUSE   (689 words)

 Slackware Linux Basics
Slackware Linux is a registered trademark of Patrick Volkerding and Slackware Linux, Inc. UNIX is a registered trademark of The Open Group.
This is especially important on systems that have their system clock set to UTC, without selecting the correct timezone the software clock will not match the local time.
On UNIX-like systems it is important to set the timezone correctly, because it is used by various parts of the system.
www.slackbasics.org /html-singlepage/slackware-basics.html   (8534 words)

 What was the first Linux distro? - Page 2 - LinuxQuestions.org
Mandrake Linux was started in 1998 and apparently it's first release number was 5.1 because it was built from Red Hat 5.1 at the time it was created.
Pre-1.x releases of the Linux kernel aren't that rare.
Mar, kernel 0.95 released, SLS (Softlanding Linux System) and interim released.
www.linuxquestions.org /questions/showthread.php?p=2506327#post2506327   (815 words)

 Linux Today - Linux.com: Review: Slackware Goes to 11
"Slackware Linux 11 was released at the beginning of this month, which marks 13 years of continued development.
Slackware Linux, while not the first Linux distribution, is the oldest surviving one, and is starting to show signs of aging.
Slack was based on the Softlanding Linux System distro, and was designed to be installed from 3.5-inch diskettes in software 'series...'"
www.linuxtoday.com /news_story.php3?ltsn=2006-10-18-029-26-RV-SL-SW   (355 words)

 PVCS Version Manager Interface from SoftLanding Systems, Inc. for the IBM iSeries 400
PVCS Version Manager Interface from SoftLanding Systems, Inc. for the IBM iSeries 400
The TurnOver/Version Manager interface seamlessly embeds Version Manager's easy-to-use PC version control within TurnOver's broader change management framework, which includes request tracking, project management, automated promotions, and application deployment.
When Version Manager is defined as the external version control system, PC developers simply work within the IDE as usual.
www.softlanding.com /turnover/pvcs-turnover.htm   (745 words)

 Linux Magazine - March 2002 | Feature Story | The Importance of Being Debian
Commercial Linux distributions have come and gone, but through it all, the non-commercial Debian project has forged ahead.
Register with Linux Magazine Online and get free access to the entire archive.
Linux Magazine has chosen ActivSupport as its network consultants
www.linux-mag.com /content/view/982/0/1/1   (88 words)

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Linux systems over the past five years has been due in no small measure to
elements of the system is a common and supported operation.
system ran from CD and applications were cached if not used.
www.linuxrx.com /HOWTO/sunsite-sources/CD-Distributions-EN-HOWTO.html   (5810 words)

 SLS - Softlanding Linux System
More information about the definition of SLS may appear below:
Satellite Landing System,  a GPS based instrument landing system.
A technique originally used in ATCRBS and employed in Mode S which temporarily suppress planes from responding to interrogation signals if a plane is hearing the leakage of signal directed to another plane (sidelobe).
www.auditmypc.com /acronym/SLS.asp   (234 words)

 Debian Celebrates 10 Years of Innovation
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•Analyst: Linux Kernel Code Seems to be Copied
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www.internetnews.com /dev-news/article.php/3064611   (1875 words)

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