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MINIX authors published an open letter to Intel

via:CnBeta     time:2017/11/7 20:00:52     readed:71

He is on his websitePublished an open letter, Emphasizing that he did not directly participate in the project, which had nothing to do with him if the system had a back door (he did not say that it was merely an implication). Andrew  Tanenbaum said that MINIX 3 decided to adopt BSD authorization in 2000 because businesses did not like the GPL license and considered the GPL Will allow them to spend a lot of time and energy to modify the code, and then provide free competitors.

He said Intel's engineering team contacted him a few years ago and asked MINIX 3 A large number of technical problems, asking him to MINIX 3 Make a lot of changes, reduce memory footprint, and selectively disable unwanted features. After a short period of activity both parties entered radio silence until now media reports that Intel processors were running MINIX 3.

"GE GE GE GE GEO GEO GEO GEOOTOT70" "OTOTOT GE GE GE Organism "" "" "Always" "" "" "" "" "" "" Always "" "" "" "" "" Always "" "" "" "" GE "" He just wants Intel to deploy MINIX 3 After informing him, this is just a polite question.

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