Openwall GNU/*/Linux aka Owl 1.0 released

Thursday, 17 October 2002, 1:25 PM EST

Openwall GNU/*/Linux aka Owl is a security-enhanced operating system with Linux and GNU software as its core, compatible with other distributions of GNU/*/Linux.

After over a year of development and many public Owl-current snapshots, Owl 1.0 is finally out. The major changes made since 0.1-prerelease are documented on this page. The 0.1-stable branch is now officially unsupported, in favor of the 1.0 release and its corresponding stable branch. The release and the most current development version can be downloaded from the official mirrors listed on Owl homepage, or can be ordered on a CD.

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Comment:

Functionalities of Openwall GNU/*/Linux" can be seen from CanSecWest/core02 presentation slides on Owl.




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