An open source Unix clone that aims for platform independance by a clean separation between the hardware and the the kernel. It has been ported to many platforms from embedded systems to 64-bit computers.
NetBSD Home (http://netbsd.org/).
spelling It’s spelled “NetBEUI”. (1996-12-23)
networking, chat (Or “netsplit”) When netlag gets really bad, and delays between IRC servers exceed a certain threshhold, the network effectively becomes partitioned for a period of time, and large numbers of people seem to be signing off at the same time and then signing back on again when things get better. An instance of […]
Network Common Data Form. A machine-independent, self-describing file format for scientific data.
jargon, chat The state of someone who signs off IRC, perhaps during a netburp, and doesn’t sign back on until later. In the interim, he is “dead to the net”. [Jargon File] (2007-09-02)