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Miracle Linux

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OS family  Unix-like
Package manager  RPM
Official website  www.miraclelinux.com
Latest release  6.0 / 2011
Platforms  x86
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Developer  Miracle Linux co., ltd:

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Miracle Linux is a Linux distribution developed by Miracle Linux Co., Ltd., a company which Oracle Corporation owns 50.5 percent stock. Originally, it was designed to be an OS with good support of Oracle Database. However, since Red Hat Linux's support for Oracle improved, it changed its primary focus to Asian localization, merging efforts with various Asian Linux vendors to produce Asianux.

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Release history

  • Version 1.0: based on Turbolinux
  • Version 2.0: based on Red Hat Linux
  • Version 3.0 (2004): distributed under the name "Miracle Linux V3.0 ‐ Asianux Inside" as well as simply "Asianux Server 1.0"
  • Version 4.0 (2005): final version of Miracle Linux, also called Asianux Server 2.0. New versions from 2008 on are called Asianux only.
  • References

    Miracle Linux Wikipedia


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