Microsoft’s first Linux distribution has emerged

GitHub has released version 1.0 of the Redmond company’s first Linux.

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According to the repository, the CBL-Mariner distribution serves Microsoft’s own cloud data centers and edge systems. According to the description, the developers have adapted the release accordingly, which aims to provide a consistent software platform for the data center infrastructure. The system is completely open source, and according to information on GitHub, it builds on the Fedora Linux, The Fedora Project, and Linux from Scratch and Openmamba distributions. Microsoft’s move today is no longer so surprising, as the company has become spectacularly open to Linux over the past few years. The contrast is rather sharp only in the light of the words of former head of the company, Steve Ballmer, who even said in 2001, “Linux is a cancer that infects everything it touches in terms of intellectual property.”


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