A compact operating       system for building         cross-platform      distributed systemsInferno® is a compact operati...
Cross-Platform Portability             Linux           MacOS X           FreeBSD            Solaris            Plan 9Infer...
    Inferno also runs as a    plug-in under Internet    Explorer version 4 and    higher. Each Inferno    system presents...
 Limbo code iscompiled intoarchitectureindependentcode for the
Security     High level security is an important part of the Inferno system. By    using one standard protocol for all ne...
Licence TermsInferno 4th Edition is available under a `dual licence scheme. You can choosebetween two licence structures:T...
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Inferno

  1. 1. A compact operating system for building cross-platform distributed systemsInferno® is a compact operating system designed for building distributed and networked systems on a wide variety of devices and platforms. With many advanced and unique features, Inferno puts an unrivalled set of tools into your hands. You can fetch it now as Free Software, on similar terms to Linux or xBSD
  2. 2. Cross-Platform Portability Linux MacOS X FreeBSD Solaris Plan 9Inferno can run as a user application on top of an existing operating system or as a stand alone operatingsystem. Most of the popular operating systems and processor architectures are supported: Host Operating Systems
  3. 3.  Inferno also runs as a plug-in under Internet Explorer version 4 and higher. Each Inferno system presents an identical environment
  4. 4.  Limbo code iscompiled intoarchitectureindependentcode for the
  5. 5. Security High level security is an important part of the Inferno system. By using one standard protocol for all network communication, security can be focused on one point and provided at a system level. Inferno offers full support for authenticated, encrypted connections using a certificate based user identification scheme and variety of algorithms including: IDEA, 56 bit DES, 40, 128 and 256 bit RC4 encryption algorithms MD4, MD5 and SHA secure hash algorithmsA Complete Solution Inferno is not only an operating system, it is also a complete development environment, providing all the tools necessary for creating, testing and debugging the applications that run within it. Acme IDE: includes editor, shell, advanced pattern matching tools & more Fast Compiler: with full syntax and compile time type checking Graphical Debugger: with full stack trace for currently executing
  6. 6. Licence TermsInferno 4th Edition is available under a `dual licence scheme. You can choosebetween two licence structures:The Free Software Scheme Inferno available as `Free Software (in the sense of the Free SoftwareFoundation). Under this scheme, each subcomponent of the system is licensedunder a Free Software licence that seemed (to us) appropriate for thatsubcomponent. The licences are all existing Free Software licences, not one ofour own, including GNU General Public License (GPL), GNU Lesser GeneralPublic License (LGPL), MIT-template, Lucent Public License 1.02, and FreeType.You can use Inferno under this scheme if the use you make of any givencomponent will be compatible with its Free Software licence. This schemereplaces our own `Liberal Source Licence used for some earlier distributions.Commercial Developer Licence If the result of your work using Inferno will not or cannot be made Free Software,you can obtain the system under a more conventional commercial softwarelicence. This usually requires payment of a licence fee, but subsequent use(subject to the licence) is royalty free. [text] [pdf]Which licence should I choose? If you distribute Inferno with changes or additions to sections of Inferno that areunder GPL or LGPL, and you will distribute (or otherwise make available) thesource code to those changes or additions, you can choose the Free Software

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