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ExtremeXOS

ExtremeXOS
Developer Extreme Networks
OS family Unix-like
Working state Current
Source model Closed source and partly Open source
Initial release version 10.1: February, 2004
Latest release 15.5.2
Available in English
Platforms Extreme Networks Network switches
Kernel type Monolithic (Linux)
Default user interface Command-line interface
Official website http://www.extremenetworks.com/products/extreme-xos.aspx

ExtremeXOS is the software or the network operating system used in newer Extreme Networks network switches.[1] It is Extreme Networks second generation operating system after the VxWorks based ExtremeWare operating system.

ExtremeXOS is based on the Linux kernel and BusyBox.[2] In July 2008 legal action was taken against Extreme Networks due to alleged violation of the GNU General Public License.[3] Three months later the lawsuit was settled out of court.[4]

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External links

  • ExtremeXOS Open Source Licenses
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