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A Guide to UNIX and Darwin
- A simple guide to what you need to understand what Darwin is and how to get started.
- Developer diaries for developers working on Darwin and other projects. Open source articles and discussion.
Apple Open Source
- Open source projects at Apple.
Darwin OS Beginners Guide
- A helpful site for people new to Darwin.
Darwin Open Source SDK
- The Apple Developer Connection sells and distributes a CD containing all of Apple's open source projects.
Darwin Operating System
- The official Apple Darwin home page contains the current release, full source code, modification instructions, wish list, FAQ, contributors, and links.
Darwin Streaming Server
- Open source streaming server home page.
- A site dedicated to Apple's Darwin OS. Site includes How-to's, ports, and forums.
- A site hosted by StepWise devoted to information about Darwin, including articles and a software tracking system.
- Software, patches, news, How-To's and the "Unofficial Darwin FAQ."
Fink- Darwin news, software and links
- Fink is an attempt to bring the full world of Unix Open Source software to Darwin and Mac OS X. Fink has links to Software Downloads, and FAQs
- An article at Sendmail.net on the conference, particularly the Darwin session.
- A project to put together an Darwin OS CD with additional software not included in the Apple distribution.
Missing Link Tips
- An interactive FAQ concerning Darwin, Mac OS X, Mac OS X Server, and Web Objects.
OSFAQ.com- Operating System Frequently Asked Questions
- This site has some brief information regarding the darwin operating system
Open Software in a Commercial Operating System
- A paper written by Wilfredo Sánchez, the Open Source Engineering Lead at Apple, about the use of open source in commercial software, using Mac OS X Server as an example.
The DARWIN Manual
- A Guide and list of commands used to run the DARWIN operating system. Advanced and detailed Information
The Darwin Collection
- Dr. Michael L. Love of Cornell University has leveraged the work of open source developers worldwide to bring 2000 free software applications to Darwin and Mac OSX. He hopes that this collection will facilitate the development of scientific software for Apple Computers. A CD distribution is available now.
- A regular MacWEEK column on Darwin.
The GNU-Darwin Distribution
- GNU-Darwin aims to be the most free Darwin distribution. The current focus of the project is the porting of GNU software to Darwin OS. Later, we will focus on new projects that take advantage of the unique capabilities of Darwin and the mach kernel.
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