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[News] Linux Variant the "Worldâs Smallest Operating System"

  • Subject: [News] Linux Variant the "Worldâs Smallest Operating System"
  • From: Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 27 Jan 2010 04:16:22 +0000
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Worldâs Smallest Operating system

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| Have u checked my previous post  Worlds 
| smallest linux computer and linux networking 
| server ?
| After seeing the popularity of that post, i 
| thought it would be good to inform you about 
| worlds smallest Operating system too. Being a 
| great Linux fan, i always support Linux.I am 
| glad to inform you that the smallest OS is a 
| linux based  OS.Its actually not a linux, but 
| its a Linux variant.


10 important Open Source distribution criteria.

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| Open source doesn't just mean access to the 
| source code. The distribution terms of 
| open-source software must comply with the 
| following criteria:
| 1. Free Redistribution
| The license shall not restrict any party 
| from selling or giving away the software as 
| a component of an aggregate software 
| distribution containing programs from 
| several different sources. The license 
| shall not require a royalty or other fee 
| for such sale.



Worldâs Smallest Linux Computer and Linux Networking Server (pics)

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| Do u know which is the worlds smallest Linux
| computer? Its the picotux 100 !! As of yet,the
| picotux 100 is the worldâs smallest Linux
| computer, only slightly larger
| (35mmÃ19mmÃ19mm) than an RJ45 connector.



Tiny Bluetooth access point runs Linux

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| Finland-based Bluegiga is shipping what it claims to be the smallest
| Bluetooth access point in the industry. Shipping with Linux development
| tools, the 3.5 x 2.3 x 1.2-inch Access Point 3201 (AP3201) connects Bluetooth
| devices with 3GSM/GPRS, Ethernet, WiFi, or a second Bluetooth network.

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