Synonyms for userland or Related words with userland

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Examples of "userland"
In June 2009, Userland Software announced that the Radio Userland service would be closing at the end of 2009.
Radio UserLand has been praised for its ease of use.
Radio UserLand is a software package from UserLand Software, first released in 2000, which includes not only a client-side blogging tool but also an RSS aggregator, an outliner and a scripting language.
The userland utility program used to configure LVS is called , which requires superuser privileges to run.
The RSS 2.* branch (initially UserLand, now Harvard) includes the following versions:
Winer founded UserLand Software in 1988 and served as the company's CEO until 2002.
The Minix operating system uses a mostly NetBSD userland as well as its pkgsrc packages infrastructure since version 3.2.
UserLand supported XML-RPC from version 5.1 of its Frontier web content management system, released in June 1998.
He left the Linux Foundation to join Sun Microsystems leading the Project Indiana making OpenSolaris distribution with GNU userland.
German's poems and prose have been published in Dennis Cooper's "Userland" anthology, , Bear Parade, and Small Distribution Press.
Radio Userland was first presented in a demo under the name "Pike" in March 2000. Major releases include Radio [7.0] in March 2001 and Radio 8.0 in January 2002. The most recent release was version 8.2 of September 2005⁠. With the exception of minor fixes, the software is no longer under active development but continues to be sold and supported by UserLand.
Dave Winer published a modified version of the RSS 0.91 specification on the UserLand website, covering how it was being used in his company's products, and claimed copyright to the document. A few months later, UserLand filed a U.S. trademark registration for RSS, but failed to respond to a USPTO trademark examiner's request and the request was rejected in December 2001.
First released as a public beta under the name Pike in March 2000, the software came to be released in synch with Manila version numbering: the initial release of 2001 was named Radio UserLand 7.0 and its only major upgrade in 2002 Radio UserLand 8.0. The software is no longer considered to be under active development.
Winer published a modified version of the RSS 0.91 specification on the UserLand website, covering how it was being used in his company's products, and claimed copyright to the document. A few months later, UserLand filed a U.S. trademark registration for RSS, but failed to respond to a USPTO trademark examiner's request and the request was rejected in December 2001.
Spirit is a userland jailbreak, originally available immediately after the first generation iPad 3G launch on May 1, 2010. Because userland jailbreaks exploit holes (vulnerabilities) in iOS (not the Bootrom, iBoot, iBSS etc.) they affect users who are both jailbroken and not jailbroken (potentially compromising the security of users who have not jailbroken), Apple patched the exploit on versions 4.0 and 3.2.1.
A working group and mailing list, RSS-DEV, was set up by various users and XML notables to continue its development. At the same time, Winer unilaterally posted a modified version of the RSS 0.91 specification to the Userland website, since it was already in use in their products. He claimed the RSS 0.91 specification was the property of his company, UserLand Software.
For a while, both LVM and EVMS were competing for inclusion in the mainline kernel. EVMS had more features and better userland tools, but the internals of LVM were more attractive to kernel developers, so in the end LVM won the battle for inclusion. In response, the EVMS team decided to concentrate on porting the EVMS userland tools to work with the LVM kernelspace.
Radio UserLand is a client-side weblog system that hosts blogs on UserLand's servers for an annual software license fee. The software includes an RSS aggregator and was one of the first applications to both send and receive audio files as RSS enclosures (see podcasting). UserLand was an early adopter of the RSS syndication method, merging Winer's Scripting News XML format with Netscape's RSS.
System calls are being split into userland and kernel versions and being encapsulated into messages. This will help reduce the size and complexity of the kernel by moving variants of standard system calls into a userland compatibility layer, and help maintain forwards and backwards compatibility between DragonFly versions. Linux and other Unix-like OS compatibility code is being migrated out similarly.
The term userland (or user space) refers to all code that runs outside the operating system's kernel. Userland usually refers to the various programs and libraries that the operating system uses to interact with the kernel: software that performs input/output, manipulates file system objects, application software, etc.