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History of Trusted Extensions Desktop (TED)

Background In 2005, Sun Microsystems released Solaris 10, with a choice of two desktop environments: the legacy Common Desktop Environment (CDE), and the new Java Desktop System (JDS). JDS was Sun’s brand name for GNOME 2, which was widely used on Linux systems. In 2006 Sun added the Solaris Trusted Extensions functionality, which provided two … Continued