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nelsonmckinnon

nelsonmckinnon

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    RE: Is NIS+ available open source or is it proprietary
    I have a definite answer. While NIS+ is no longer supported, it is still owned by Sun Microsystems and is not open source. My source is : Siever, E (2005) [u]Linux in a Nutshell.[/u] 5th ed. California: O’Reilly & Associates, Inc., pp 29.
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    I have a definite answer. While NIS+ is no longer supported, it is still owned by Sun Microsystems and is not open source. My source is : Siever, E (2005) Linux in a Nutshell. 5th ed. California: O’Reilly & Associates, Inc., pp 29.

  • nelsonmckinnon
    RE: Is NIS+ available open source or is it proprietary
    Thanks for the info GE9. I've sent away for a book that may help. I'll post my findings when it turns up.
    Link to this post 03 Nov 10

    Thanks for the info GE9. I've sent away for a book that may help. I'll post my findings when it turns up.

  • nelsonmckinnon
    Is NIS+ available open source or is it proprietary
    Hello everybody. Does anybody know if NIS+ is open source or is it proprietary? (I know a lot of people recommend avoiding it but I need to find this out). If anybody could suggest a website that would provide a definitive answer I would be very grateful.
    Link to this post 02 Nov 10

    Hello everybody. Does anybody know if NIS+ is open source or is it proprietary? (I know a lot of people recommend avoiding it but I need to find this out). If anybody could suggest a website that would provide a definitive answer I would be very grateful.

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