On Friday, April 15, 2011 03:59 PM, John R Pierce wrote: > On 04/14/11 5:43 PM, Christopher Chan wrote: >> On Friday, April 15, 2011 02:46 AM, John R Pierce wrote: >>> On 04/14/11 7:44 AM, Christopher Chan wrote: >>>> Now, if OpenIndiana resists using illumos... >>> openindiana is under the Illumos project umbrella. They aren't going to >>> use anything else. >> Eh? I was under the impression that they are separate and that Garrett >> Damore was rather unhappy with the initial direction of OpenIndiana in >> not preparing for an illumos release. 148 is still not illumos as far as >> I know. > > afaik, both are still using pretty much the last opensolaris kernel with > minor changes > or nice big changes from the standpoint of those who were pining for openindiana with b134+patches > > I was going on this, which says OpenIndiana is a member of the Illumos > Foundation, that Illumos was providing the core/kernel, and OpenIndiana > is integrating it into a complete system aka distribution > http://wiki.openindiana.org/oi/Frequently+Asked+Questions#FrequentlyAskedQuestions-WhatistherelationshipbetweenOpenIndianaandIllumos%3F oh i see. > > They go onto say they are waiting for Illumos to mature before they > integrate it. Yes...like getting g11n in. I guess traction is there already. OpenIndiana will be moving to illumos so i guess it would be the one to use if one wants a sun cc compiled and sun linked distro. It's going to be interesting to see how all these different projects including CentOS play out.