Contiki: The open source operating system that you've probably never heard of...

Posted by jimlynch on Jun 9, 2014 7:18 PM EDT
ITworld; By Jim Lynch
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In today's open source roundup: Contiki is a little known but highly useful open source operating system. Plus: VLC adds Chromecast support, and a review of GoboLinux 015. Over the years Linux has become has become an incredibly popular and well known operating system. But there are other open source operating systems that are quite useful in their own right, but that haven't gotten anywhere near as much media attention. Contiki is one of them and Wired takes a look at what makes Contiki so useful.

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