Sun Considers GPL for Solaris

Sun is considering releasing its Solaris operating system under the General Public License, raising the possibility of cross-pollination with Linux. The server and software company previously made Solaris an open-source project called OpenSolaris in 2005, releasing source code under the Community Development and Distribution License (CDDL). However, Sun this week chose the GPL for its open-source Java effort

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