Singularity 1.0?

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Singularity 1.0?

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Wiki wrote:Singularity 1.0 was completed in 2007. A Singularity 1.1 Research Development Kit (RDK) has been released under a Shared Source license that permits academic non-commercial use and is available from CodePlex. Currently research is moving to the development of Singularity RDK 2.0.[1]
Where I get the 1.0?

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Danielxv wrote:
Wiki wrote:Singularity 1.0 was completed in 2007. A Singularity 1.1 Research Development Kit (RDK) has been released under a Shared Source license that permits academic non-commercial use and is available from CodePlex. Currently research is moving to the development of Singularity RDK 2.0.[1]
Where I get the 1.0?

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It was only licensed to a few universities.
And its under a NDA license only.

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You can get it here

http://www.codeplex.com/singularity/Sou ... mmits.aspx

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Oops, thats v 1.1

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Mortagen wrote:Is Singularity any good?
It does not have a GUI and you cant compare it with Windows. it is only a research OS.

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