LKM for Linux kernel version 2.2.22 that defeats TCP fingerprinting techniques used by tools like nmap and
queso. It was originally a patch written by Sean Trifero for the kernel source tree which I ported to a loadable kernel module. The Linux TCP stack has changed significantly since September of 2002 when it was first released. However, porting it to the latest kernel isn't out of the question and the required modifications can be easily gleaned from the code..
Microsoft Windows Control Panel Applet Filenames
The Open Group Base Specifications Issue 7
linux.die.net- Search Linux Documentation, Manual Pages and More..
EdgeBSD aims at being fun and attractive as a Research & Development platform while remaining a modern, robust, and industrial-grade system for all ranges of computer devices.
Solaris is a server software suite (technically speaking, SunOS is the actual kernel) that was originally developed by Sun Microsystems, so it was created by the same company that introduced the world to the Java programming language. However, Sun Microsystems made several key mistakes. One of which was jumping the gun on cloud computing, i.e. they had thin clients using smart card authentication to access active X11 sessions from any cluster-connected terminal. They pioneered many Internet protocols including: NFS, YP/NIS, ONC RPC with XDR (also known as SunRPC and sometimes used by Linux), and others. However, they were seduced by a trend that was on its way to the ubiquitous popularity it has today: open source software.
Sun's fascination with open source caused it to neglect hardware commitments--they were also the inventor of SPARC, a unique RISC architecture used as a platform for both thin clients and rackmount servers alike. Moore's Law caught up with SPARC and suddenly Intel's Itanium and even Pentium became competitive with Sun in the server hardware market after Sun started to lose some of its software market dominance (which in hindsight could have also partially been due to Microsoft's healthy competition from .NET.) For more info on the ultimate failure story of Sun Microsystems, refer to this Forbes article from the first calendar quarter of 2009 when the writing on the wall had become plain for all to see.
/proctracing flags, the pending and held signals, and other
/procstatus information for each LWP in each process.
dlopen(3DL). See also
fcntl(2)information for all open files in each process.
time(1), but using microstate accounting for reproducible precision. Unlike
time(1)children of the command are not timed.
pattr(1)man page for more information.
pclear(1)man page for more information.
plabel(1)man page for more information.
ppriv(1)man page for more information.
pprivtest(1)man page for more information.