DragonFly x BSD Uni Operating Systems
DragonFly BSD is a fork of FreeBSD, begun June 2003. Motive: the methods and techniques adopted for threading and symetric multiprocessing (SMP) in FreeBSD 5 would perform poorly and be hard to maintain.
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DragonFly BSD - Fork of FreeBSD 4.11, focus: scalability, robustness, and debuggability in several broad system traits, especially threading and symetric multiprocessing, SMP.
- A Quick Review of DragonFly BSD 1.4 - Concise, with links, forum comments. [OSNews.com]
- Wikipedia: DragonFly BSD - Encyclopedia article about the Unix-like operating system, including unix history and future directions.
- APOLLO - Matthew Dillon personal page: brief introduction, links to bsd projects; software: unix DIABLO backbone news transit system, DICE bsd Amiga C compile, XMAKE.
- Interview with Matthew Dillon from DragonFly BSD - Lead developer talks on MP3 file, with forum comments. [bsdtalk]
- Behind DragonFly BSD - Interview of core developers (Matthew Dillon, Joerg Sonnenberger, Jeffrey Hsu, bsd Hiten Pandya) on their goals. [ONLamp.com]
- Interview with Matthew Dillon of DragonFly BSD - Lead developer comments on his goals, with links, unix forum comments. [OSNews.com]
- DragonFly BSD Digest - News Weblog with large archives, links to BSD and DragonFly related sites.
- DistroWatch.com: DragonFly BSD - Lists: summary, links, features, news.
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