Lites

Lites was a Unix-like operating system, based on 4.4BSD and the Mach microkernel. Specifically, Lites was a multi-threaded server and emulation library that provided unix functionality to a Mach based system. At the time of its release Lites provided binary compatibility with 4.4BSD, NetBSD, FreeBSD, 386BSD, UX (4.3BSD) and Linux.

Lites was originally written by Johannes Helander at Helsinki University of Technology, and was further developed by The Flux Research Group at the University of Utah.

Other articles related to "lites":

Mike Alessi - 250/Lites Class Career
... himself for his first full season as a professional motocross rider in the 125cc class (currently Lites Class) ... He struggled the first few rounds of the Supercross Lites West Region series, but began to find his rhythm towards the end of the season ... The final Supercross race of the season did not count for the Lites championship, but that did not stop Alessi from finishing a career best second place overall at the Las Vegas Lites East/West Shootout ...
Jim Lites
... "Jim" Lites (born 1953 in Pentwater, Michigan) is an American sports executive who currently serves as President of the Dallas Stars of the NHL ... Lites was briefly President and COO of the Phoenix Coyotes from March through December 2002 ... Lites had previously served as an executive in the front office of the Detroit Red Wings during the 1980s ...
Anthony Watson (singer) - Career
... Watson met Marshall Thompson of the Chi-Lites' founder, and joined the group as lead vocalist in the late 1980s ... He would leave the Chi-Lites twice, with his predecessor Frank Reed returning in his absence ... He rejoined the Chi-Lites in 1998 ...
List Of 2008 Motorsport Champions - Motorcycle - Supercross
... FIM Supercross World Championship Chad Reed AMA Supercross AMA Supercross Lites West Jason Lawrence East Trey Canard Australian Supercross ...
High Sheriff - England, Wales and Northern Ireland - Pricking
... for the Duchy of Lancaster is known as the "Lites", and the ceremony of selection known as "Pricking the Lites" ... The term "lites", meaning "list", was once reserved for Yorkshire the date at which the name was transferred to Lancashire is unknown ...