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List of computer technology code names

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  • 4Course — Sun 4 × 1.05 GB 3.5" SCSI2 disks in Dinnerbox+ package
  • 83% — UHU Linux 1.1 Beta 4

AEdit

BEdit

  • B52 Rock Lobster — Commodore Amiga 500
  • Baikal — ASP Linux 7.2
  • Bali — BL440ZX
  • Bali — Sun JavaEngine 1
  • Bamboo — Mandrake Linux 9.1
  • Banias — Intel 1st generation Pentium M processors
  • Banister — Intel 440MX
  • Bantam — Sun SBus FDDI
  • Barak — StartCom Linux 4.0.0-AS
  • Barcelona — AMD Opteron "K10" architecture
  • Barney — Sun StorEdge T3 chassis
  • Barracuda — Opera 11.10 browser (Also A hard drive series from Seagate)
  • Bart — Sun SPARCCompilers 5.x
  • Barton — AMD Athlon XP
  • Batman — Sun ATM SBus card
  • Batphone — Sun SBus card for ISDN
  • Beagle — Novell Linux desktop search and metadata technology due with SLES 10
  • Becks — Apple Macintosh II
  • Beetle — Sun SunRay 100
  • Beef Miracle — Fedora 17 Linux
  • Bender — Android 1.0/1.1 (internal codename)
  • BHA — Apple Power Macintosh 7100/66 ("Butt Head Astronomer" Carl Sagan)
  • Big Electric Cat — Adobe Photoshop 4.0
  • Big Foot — Quantum 5.25" hard drive
  • Big Sur — Apple Font Pack
  • Bigfish — Sun StorEdge 9900 series
  • Bigmac — Sun 100 MBit Ethernet SBus card
  • BigTop — Sun SunPro 3.0 compilers
  • Biltmore — Red Hat Linux 4.2
  • Bimini — BI440ZX
  • Birch — Microsoft Windows CE 2.11
  • Bismillah — Turkix Linux 1.0
  • Blackbeard — Sun PCI SCSI hardware RAID controller
  • Blackbird — Apple Macintosh IIfx
  • Blackbird — Apple Macintosh PowerBook 540
  • Blackbird — Sun UltraSPARC II
  • Blackbird+ — Sun UltraSPARC II 250 MHz
  • Blackbird LC — Apple Macintosh PowerBook 520/520c
  • Blackcomb — old codename for Microsoft Windows 7
  • Blackford — Intel 5000P chipset
  • Blackjack — Sun Netra E1 PCI System Expander
  • Bladerunner — nVidia GeForce 2 Ultra
  • Bladerunner — Sun GUI for Jumpstart profiles
  • Blaze — Sun UltraSPARC II
  • Blaze — Adobe Flash CS3
  • Blue — Windows 8.1
  • Blue — Windows Phone 8.1
  • Blue Box — Apple Mac OS compatibility layer for Rhapsody
  • Bluebird — Mandrake Linux 8.2
  • Bluedog — Sun HPC ClusterTools 3.1
  • Blueringer — Sun 4MB SBus Token Ring
  • Blueringer II — Sun 16MB SBus Token Ring
  • Blugu — Apple Workgroup Server 60, 80
  • Bo — Debian GNU/Linux 1.3
  • BOB W — Apple Macintosh PowerBook Duo 210/230
  • Bon Echo — Mozilla Firefox 2.0
  • Bongo — Apple Macintosh Performa/Power Macintosh 5200
  • Bonjour — Turkix Linux 10.0a
  • Bordeaux — Fedora Core 5 Linux
  • Borealis — Sun cPCI QuadFastEthernet
  • Borrow — Blag Linux 10000
  • Braun — Sun JavaStation
  • BraveHawk 200 DC3 — HP-9000 K370/K570 - 898
  • Brazil — Apple Macintosh IIvx
  • Brazil 32 — Apple Macintosh Performa 600
  • BreadboxA — Sun enclosure for Netra NFS
  • Breezy Badger — Ubuntu 5.10
  • Brick — Apple Aluminum MacBook Line Late 2008
  • Bride of Buster — Apple Mac OS 8.1
  • Brimstone — Adobe Photoshop 2.5 for Windows
  • Broadwater — Intel P965 chipset
  • Broadwater G — Intel G965 chipset
  • Broadway — Sun StorEdge Media Central
  • Brokenboring — KDE 3.2
  • Brookdale — Intel i845 chipset
  • Brooklyn — Apple IIx
  • Brooks — Apple Macintosh PowerBook 160
  • Brugge — MCNLive CD Linux released May 3, 2005
  • Bulldozer — codename for the server and desktop processors released on October 12, 2011 by AMD
  • Bullfrog — Sun 4 mm DAT with stacker
  • Bullwinkle — Sun SCSI Expansion Pedestal
  • Bulverde — Intel PXA270 processor
  • Burnaby — XMetaL 3.0
  • Buzz — Debian GNU/Linux 1.1

CEdit

  • CADET — IBM 1620
  • Cairo — Microsoft Windows NT 4.0
  • Calais — Sun Next generation JavaStation
  • Calexico — Intel PRO/Wireless 2100B
  • Calistoga — Intel chipsets for Napa platforms
  • Calvin — Sun SPARCStation 2
  • Camaro — AMD Mobile Duron
  • Cambridge — Fedora Linux 10
  • Camelot — Sun product family name for Arthur, Excalibur, Morgan
  • Camino — Intel i820 chipset
  • Campfire — Sun Ultra Enterprise 4000 and 5000
  • Campfire+ — Sun Ultra Enterprise 4500 and 5500
  • Campus — Sun SPARCStation 1
  • Campus+ — Sun SPARCStation 1+
  • Campus2 — Sun SPARCStation 10
  • Campus2+ — Sun SPARCStation 10SX and 10BSX
  • Canary — Windows Mobile Smartphone 2002
  • Candy — Atari 400
  • Canterwood — Intel 875P chipset
  • Capone — Apple System Software 7.5
  • Captain Rayno — Lunar Linux 1.3.2
  • Carl Sagan — Apple Power Macintosh 7100/66
  • Carmel — Intel i840 chipset
  • Carmel — Sun StorEdge D2 Array
  • Carrera — CPU card in Sun—3/140, 3/150, 3/160, 3/180
  • Cartman — Red Hat Linux 6.1
  • Casanova — Sun SPARCEngine CP1400
  • Cascade0Mb — Ethernet and PCI Bus
  • Cheetah — Apple Mac OS X 10.0
  • Cheetah — Sun UltraSPARC III
  • Cheetah+ — Sun UltraSPARC III Cu
  • Cheeze Whiz — AppleScript
  • Chelan — Windows Embedded Compact 7
  • Chels — Apple IIc
  • Cherrystone — Sun SunFire V440/V480
  • Chicago — Microsoft Windows 95
  • Chilliwack — XMetaL 3.1
  • Chimera — Apple Power Macintosh 5400
  • Chimera — Sun PCi II
  • Chinook — Apple Workgroup Server 95
  • Chivano — Intel processors
  • Chrichton — Sun SPARCEngine Ultra AXmp
  • Chrysalis Client — Sun skinny Solaris OS for Intel-based NC
  • Cinnamon — Apple Macintosh PowerBook Duo 210/230
  • Classic — Apple Macintosh PowerBook 100
  • ClawHammer — AMD Athlon 64 S754 130 nm processor
  • ClickOnce — Microsoft technology to speed application deployment in Longhorn
  • Cloud — Trustix Secure Linux 2.0
  • Clovertown — Intel Xeon 5300 series processors
  • Cobalt — Palm OS 6
  • Cobra — Apple Macintosh IIcx
  • Cobra — Sun 4100, 4/110, 4/150
  • Cobra II — Apple Macintosh IIci
  • Cocoa — Apple Mac OS X API
  • Cold Fusion — Apple Power Macintosh 8100/80
  • Colgate — Red Hat Linux 4.0
  • Colleen — Atari 800
  • Colorado — Sun 150 MHz HyperSPARC HS11
  • Colorado II — Sun 125 MHz HyperSPARC HS21
  • Colorado III — Sun 150 MHz HyperSPARC SM151
  • Colossus — SunSwift SBus
  • Colt 45 — Apple Macintosh PowerBook 145
  • Columbia — Sun 4-Disk 1.3GB IPI Elite disk tray
  • Columbus — SiS 640
  • Colusa — Intel i860
  • Combo — Sun SPARCStorage MultiPack and MultiPack 2
  • Comet — Apple Macintosh PowerBook 2400c
  • Comet — Microsoft Proxy Server 3.0
  • Companion — Apple Macintosh PowerBook Duo 2300c
  • Condor — Sun 900 MB SMD disk drive
  • Condor1 — G450
  • Condor2 — G800
  • Conroe — Intel desktop processor based on Merom
  • Constantine — Fedora 12 Linux
  • Converse — Apple Macintosh PowerBook 180
  • Cooker — Mandrake Linux current unstable
  • Copenhagen — SOT Linux 2002
  • Copland — Apple Mac OS Rewrite (cancelled)
  • Coppermine — Intel Pentium 3 180 nm processor
  • Copperriver — Intel chipsets based on Grantsdale/Alderwood models
  • Cornbread — Sun Netra NFS server
  • Corona — Microsoft Windows Media Player 9
  • Corona — Sun 19" monitor
  • Cortet — Vulcan elite CPU
  • Cortland — Apple IIGS
  • Corvette — AMD Mobile Athlon 4
  • Covington — Intel Celeron without L2 cache
  • Coyote — Sun Netra st D130
  • Crane — Sun CG9
  • Crescendo — Sun second DOE product
  • Crescendo DC-440 — HP-9000 A400-44 / rp2400
  • Crescendo DC-W2 — HP-9000 A440-6X / rp2430
  • Crescendo 440 — HP-9000 A500-44 / rp2450
  • Crescendo 550 — HP-9000 A500-5X / rp2450
  • Crescendo 650 W2 — HP-9000 A500-6X / rp2470
  • Crescendo 750 W2 — HP-9000 A500-7X / rp2470
  • Crestine — Intel motherboard system logic
  • Crestline — Intel GM965 chipset
  • Crusader — Apple Macintosh LC/Performa/Quadra 63X/640/Power Macintosh/Macintosh Performa 62XX/63XX
  • Crusoe — Transmeta processor
  • Crypto — Sun encryption card
  • Crystal — Sun dual channel FC PCI card
  • Cuba — Sun Netra S220
  • Cupcake — Android 1.5
  • Curley — Sun LX/Classic I/O board
  • Cyclone — Tandem NonStop RISC (Later HP NonStop)
  • Cyclone — Apple Macintosh Quadra 840av
  • Cyclone — Sun 19" monitor
  • Cyclone — Sun Solstice Corporate Client

DEdit

  • Dagwood — Sun
  • Daktari — Sun SunFire V880
  • Dapper Drake — Ubuntu 6.06 LTS
  • Dark Matter — Adobe Photoshop CS
  • Dart LC — Apple Macintosh PowerBook 165
  • Dartanian — Apple Macintosh PowerBook 180
  • Darth Vader — College Linux 2.3
  • Darwin — Apple Macintosh Quadra 900
  • Darwin — Low-Level Unix layer of Apple Mac OS X
  • Darwin — Sun PCI-based Ultra workstations
  • Daybreak — Linux Multi-Disk Howto 0.17
  • Dayton — Yellow Dog Linux 2.3
  • Daytona — Microsoft Windows NT 3.51
  • DBLite — Apple Macintosh PowerBook Duo 210/230
  • Decaf — Sun 14" monitor
  • Deepcove — XMetaL Author 4.0
  • Deepmind — Respond.com
  • Deerfield — Intel processors due 2003
  • dejaVu — Sun PC file viewer
  • Delorean — Sun 72" StorEdge Expansion Cabinet
  • Derringer — Apple Macintosh PowerBook 100
  • Deschutes — Intel Pentium 2
  • Detroit — Microsoft Windows 95's cancelled successor
  • Deuterium — Sun Ultra 60
  • Devel — Arch Linux 0.4
  • Diamond — Sun cPCI FC dual port adapter
  • Diana — Apple IIe
  • Diesel — Adobe Flash CS4
  • Dilbert — Sun SCSI2 RAID5 Storage, StorEdge A1000, StorEdge D1000
  • Dinnerbox — Sun 5​14" Full Height Lunchbox
  • Dirty Bird — Lunar Linux 1.0
  • Discovery — Sun 1.3Gb SCSI disk
  • Discus — Sun ???
  • Dixon — Intel Mobile Pentium 2
  • Dockyard — Ark Linux 1.0
  • Dollhouse Simulator — The Sims
  • Dolphin — Mandrake Linux 9.0
  • Dolphin — Nintendo Gamecube
  • Donut — Android 1.6
  • Dothan — Intel Pentium M 700-series 90 nm processor
  • Dove — Apple IIx
  • Dover — Sun next generation JavaStation
  • Dobra Voda — KDE 3.2 Beta 2 ("dobra voda" is Czech for "good water")
  • DR1 — Apple Rhapsody developer release 1
  • DR2 — Apple Rhapsody developer release 2
  • Dragon — Arch Linux 0.4
  • Dragon — Sun SPARCServer 2000
  • Dragon+ — Sun SPARCCenter 2000E
  • DragonHawk U+ 240 — HP-9000 K380/K580
  • Dublin — Sun Ultra Enterprise E150
  • Duo — an intel CPU core specification
  • Duracell — Sun PDB 1.2 on Ultra Enterprise 2
  • Duraflame — Sun Ultra Enterprise 3000
  • Duraflame+ — Sun Ultra Enterprise 3500
  • Durango — Xbox One
  • Dyne:trax — dyne:bolic Linux 1.2 and 1.3

EEdit

  • Eagle — Apple Hard Disk 400SC
  • Eagle — Sun UltraSPARC IIep
  • Eagle Ridge — XMetaL Author 4.0 SP4
  • East Fork — Intel digital home PC platform
  • Echo Lake — XMAX (XMetaL for ActiveX) 4.0
  • Eclair — Android 2.0/2.1
  • Eclipse — Apple Macintosh Quadra 900
  • Edgy Eft — Ubuntu [1]
  • Edison — C++ Builder for MobileSet
  • Egret — Sun SBus frame buffer
  • Eierspass — grml Linux 0.4
  • Eiger —
  • Eight Ball — Macromedia Flash 8
  • Einstein — Sun Ultra 5 360/440, Ultra 10 440/480
  • ELB — Apple Macintosh Quadra 605
  • Electron — Sun Ultra 1 Model 170E
  • Elf — Apple IIc
  • Elite I — Seagate ST41600N
  • Elixir — Apple Macintosh Performa 6300–6360
  • Elmer — Apple Keyboard II
  • Elsie — Apple Macintosh LC
  • Elsie — Sun SPARCPrinter EC
  • Elsie III — Apple Macintosh LC III
  • Emerald — Microsoft Systems Management Server
  • Emerald — Sun cPCI Dual Differential Ultra SCSI
  • Emerald Bay — Intel EB440BX
  • Emily — TinySofa Enterprise Linux 1.0-U2
  • Emma — AMD processor for mobile devices
  • Enchilada — Sun UltraSPARC IIIi
  • Encompass — Sun Enterprise Manager
  • Endever —
  • Energizer — Sun SPARCServer 1000PDB, SPARCCenter 2000PDB
  • Enigma — Red Hat Linux 7.2
  • Envici — Art
  • Epic — Apple Macintosh PowerBook 1400c
  • Equinox — XMetaL Author, XMetaL Developer, and XMAX (XMetaL for ActiveX) 4.6 Service Pack 1
  • Erickson — Apple Macintosh IIsi
  • Escher — Apple Macintosh PowerBook Duo 270c
  • Espresso — Sun JavaStation JE
  • Esprit — Apple Macintosh Portable
  • Esprit — Turbolinux 7.0S
  • Esther — VIA C7
  • Eszter — UHU-Linux Live 2.2
  • ET — Apple IIc
  • Etch — Debian GNU/Linux 4.0
  • Europa — Microsoft Visual Foxpro 9.0
  • Eveready — Sun E1000 dual AC power grid option
  • Everest — Sun GEM FC-AL PCI card
  • Everest — https://web.archive.org/web/20070928022536/http://liveeverest.vulcan.com/
  • Evo 200 — Apple Macintosh Quadra 700
  • Excalibur — Apple Power Macintosh LC 5400
  • Excalibur — Sun Multiprocessor UltraSPARC III
  • Ezra — Cyrix C3 processor

FEdit

  • F-16 — Apple Macintosh IIfx
  • F-19 — Apple Macintosh IIfx
  • Fafnir — Apple Macintosh SE/30
  • Fairbanks — FB820
  • Falcon — Microsoft Message Transaction Service
  • Fanwood — Intel Itanium 2 1.6 GHz processor
  • Fanwood LV — Intel low voltage Itanium 2 1.3 GHz processor
  • Fast Eddy — Adobe Photoshop 2.0
  • Fast Eddy — Apple built-in CD-ROM drive
  • Fat Mac — Apple Macintosh 512k
  • Fat Timba — Seagate ST410800WD
  • Feint — EnGarde Secure Linux 1.3.0
  • Feisty Dunnart — Linux Kernel 2.6.2
  • Feisty Fawn — Ubuntu 7.04
  • Fernie — XMetaL Developer 4.0
  • Ferrari — Sun 3/F
  • Festen — Mandrake Linux 5.3
  • Fester — RIAA project to announce downloads at RIAA servers
  • FFB — Sun Creator
  • FFB2 — Sun Creator Series 2
  • FFB2+ — Sun Creator Series 3
  • Fiji — FJ440ZX
  • Finestra — EnGarde Secure Linux 1.0.1
  • Fire — Aurox Linux 9.1
  • Fireball — Google Allo
  • Firefly — Arch Linux 0.3
  • Firestorm — Blue Linux 1.0
  • Firetruck — Sun UltraSPARC
  • Fisher — Red Hat Linux 7.0.90 (reference to Carrie Fisher)
  • Five Star — Mandrake Linux 9.2
  • Flagship — Apple Power Macintosh 8100/110
  • Flamingo — Sun VidIO
  • Flapjack — Sun Netra t1 Model 105
  • Flare — Source Mage GNU/Linux 0.7
  • Flipflop — Sun 3.5" floppy drive
  • Flyweight — Sun Netra t1 Model 100
  • Foster — Intel Xeon 180 nm processor (Pentium 4-based)
  • Foster Farms — Apple Macintosh LC II
  • Four Square — Apple Macintosh IIfx
  • Fred — Apple Two-Page Monochrome Monitor
  • Freeport — Apple Macintosh SE
  • Freestyle — Microsoft Windows XP Media Center Edition
  • Freeze — RIAA project to remotely hang computers searching for MP3 files
  • Freon — Microsoft Xbox
  • Freshchoice — SunSwift PCI
  • Freshchoice Lite — SunFastEthernet PCI
  • Fridge — Apple Macintosh Quadra 800
  • Frogger — Apple Freedom Network
  • FroYo — Android 2.2
  • Fuji — Yellow Dog Linux 2.1
  • Full Monty — Sun Directory Services
  • Fullmoon — Sun single IP address cluster
  • Fusion — Microsoft Windows XP add-ons
  • Fusion — Sun UltraSPARC family
  • Future — Magic Linux 1.1

GEdit

  • Gaga — Chinese Linux Extension 1.1
  • Galactica — Sun StorEdge L20, L40, L60
  • Galaxy — Sun SPARCServer 600MP, 630MP, 670MP, 690MP
  • Galiano — XMAX (XMetaL for ActiveX) 4.0 Service Pack 4
  • Galibaldi — D850GB
  • Galileo — Microsoft Windows CE 3.0, Handheld PC 2000
  • Galileo — Microsoft Enterprise Studio for .NET
  • Galileo — Sun Ultra 10 cancelled replacement
  • Gallatin — Intel Xeon MP or Pentium 4 Extreme Edition w/ 2MB L3 cache
  • Garfield — Seagate ST1480N
  • Gaston 2 — Intel wireless Ethernet technology
  • Gemini — Sun JavaOS 1.2
  • Gemini — Sun UltraSPARC dual processor CPU due in 2004
  • Gemini-64 — SCO project to adapt UnixWare to 64-bit processors
  • General Protection Fault — Lunar Linux 1.4.0
  • Genesis — Frugalware Linux 0.1
  • Genesis — Sun GE Medical special product
  • Genie — Sun browser-based tool for Solaris
  • Georgia — Microsoft Windows ME
  • Gershwin — Apple Mac OS 9
  • Geyserville — SpeedStep
  • Gideon — KDevelop 3.0
  • Gingerbread — Android 2.3
  • Glenwood — Intel i955X chipset
  • Gobi — Cyrix processor
  • Gobi — IBM 750GX processor
  • Goddard — Fedora 13 Linux
  • Godzilla — Sun Ultra 10 cancelled replacement
  • Golden Gate — Apple IIx
  • Goldfish — Apple 16" Color Monitor
  • Golem — Sun JavaPC Engine RC2
  • Gossamer — Apple Power Macintosh G3
  • Granite Bay — Intel E7205 chipset
  • Grantsdale — Intel i915P and i915G chipsets
  • Green Jade — Apple Macintosh SE/30
  • Greencreek — Intel 5000X chipset
  • Greenwich — Microsoft Office 2003 real-time collaboration
  • Grendelsbane — RPM Live Linux CD 0.9
  • Grimoire — Sorcerer Linux current unstable
  • Grimoire — Source Mage GNU/Linux current
  • Grizzly — Sun SS20 with hyperSPARC
  • Grover — Sun Next generation Darwin 10
  • Gryphon — Microsoft Windows CE 2.01, Palm PC 1.0
  • Guava — Sun PGX64
  • Guinness — Apple Macintosh Portable
  • Guinness — Red Hat Linux 7.0 (reference to Alec Guinness)
  • Guinness — Silicon Graphics Indy Workstation
  • Gumbi — Sun QuadFastEthernet PCI
  • Gumby — Apple IIGS
  • Gutsy Gibbon — Ubuntu 7.10
  • Gypsy — Sun SPARCStation Voyager

HEdit

  • Haarlem — MCNLive CD Linux released February 13, 2005
  • Hades — Annvix Linux 1.0
  • Hadjaha — Gimp 1.2
  • Hailstorm — Blue Linux 2.0
  • HailStorm — Microsoft .Net initiative
  • Hakone — OpenOffice.org 1.1.2
  • Halfdome — Sun SPARCPrinter E
  • Half—Dome — Apple OneScanner
  • Halibut — CVS 1.10
  • Halloween — Red Hat Linux 0.9
  • Halo — Sun SunRay 150
  • Hamlet — Sun SPARCclassic, SPARCclassic X
  • Hamm — Debian GNU/Linux 2.0
  • Hammer — AMD K8 architecture
  • Hammerhead — Sun HPC 2.0
  • Happy Meal — Sun FEPS chip
  • Hardy Heron — Ubuntu 8.04 LTS
  • Harpertown — Intel Xeon 5400 series processors
  • Hastings — PC1066 RDRAM
  • Hawaii — Sun EXB-8500
  • Hawk II — Sun GT Graphics Tower
  • Hawk — Sun EXB-8500
  • Heckel — Seagate ST3610N
  • Hedwig — Red Hat Linux 6.0
  • Heidelberg — Fedora Core Linux 3
  • Hekk — UHU-Linux 1.2-rc1
  • Helios — Mandrake Linux 6.1
  • Helium — Mandrake Linux 7.1
  • Hercules — Sun 24" color HDTV monitor
  • Herkules — UHU-Linux 1.2-beta0
  • Hermes — Microsoft Windows CE 2.11 for Webphones
  • Hoary Hedgehog — Ubuntu 5.04
  • Hobbes — Sun SPARCStation IPX
  • Hobo — Sun 4800b keyboard/mouse for Gypsy
  • Hokusai — Apple Macintosh PowerBook 180c
  • Homer — Arch Linux 0.1
  • Honeycomb — Android 3.0/3.1/3.2
  • Hook 33 — Apple Macintosh LC 550
  • Hook — Apple Macintosh Performa 550
  • Hooper — Apple Macintosh PowerBook 3400c
  • Horizon — Trustix Secure Linux 2.1
  • Hornet — Sun UltraSPARC I
  • HotJava — Sun web browser written in Java
  • Houdini — Adobe Acrobat
  • Hulk Hogan — Apple A/UX 3.0
  • Hummingbird — Sun StorEdge L1000
  • Hurricane — Blue Linux 1.0 RC2
  • Hurricane — Red Hat Linux 5.0
  • Hurricane — Sun 21" monitor
  • Hustenstopper — grml Linux 0.3
  • Hydra — Adobe AIF Toolkit - https://web.archive.org/web/20071127101741/http://labs.adobe.com/wiki/index.php/AIF_Toolkit#Windows
  • Hydra — Microsoft Windows NT 4.0 Terminal Server Edition
  • Hydra — Sun 3/80
  • Hydra96 — HP-9000 G70/I70/H70 - 887/897
  • Hyperbolic — Apple Power Macintosh with an Exponential x704 microprocessor

IEdit

  • Ibis — Sun CG8
  • ICE-T — Sun Java front-end development tool client/server C/C++ apps
  • Ice Cream — SunOS 4.1.1-B
  • Ice Cream Sandwich — Android 4.0
  • Iceberg — BLAG Linux 30000
  • ICSN.com — (I Can't Say Nothing) About.com
  • Igen — Uhu Linux 2.0
  • IIb — Apple IIc (book-sized)
  • IIp — Apple IIc (portable)
  • Ikki — Apple Macintosh II
  • Indigo — Microsoft .NET communication technologies
  • Indium — Lunar Linux 1.5.0
  • Infinite Improbability Drive — TransGaming WineX 3.3
  • Instatower — Apple Macintosh Performa 6400
  • Interface Manager — Windows 1.0
  • Intrepid Ibex — Ubuntu 8.10
  • Irongate — AMD-751 chipset
  • Ironsides — Sun L700 tape system
  • Irwindale — Intel Xeon 90 nm processor w/ 2MB L2 cache
  • Italy — AMD Opteron 200-series 90 nm dual-core processor
  • Itanium — Intel IA-64 processor
  • Ivory — Sun dual channel FC-AL SBus card
  • Ivy — Sun 17" entry level

JEdit

  • Jackson — Hyper-Threading
  • Jackson Pollock — Apple QuickDraw 32-bit
  • Jade 180 U — HP-9000 T540/T600 - 893
  • Jaguar — Apple Mac OS X v10.2
  • Jaguar — Sun UltraSPARC IV
  • Jaguar — Sun VME/SMD-4 disk controller
  • Jalapeño — Sun ASIC for Nachos/SunVideo
  • Janus — Microsoft Windows 3.1
  • Jasmine — Sun 17" premium monitor
  • Jason — Apple IIc
  • Jasper — Sun StorEdge PCI Dual Ultra3 SCSI Adapter
  • Jaunty Jackalope — Ubuntu 9.04 [2]
  • Javelin — Sun 2 CPU PCI midrange workgroup server
  • Jayhawk — Intel Xeon processor based on Tejas; project cancelled
  • Jeckle — Sun 3.5" 535 MB disk
  • Jedi — College Linux 2.1
  • Jedi — Cyrix processor
  • JeDI — Apple Macintosh PowerBook 150 ("Just Did It")
  • Jedy — SiS 5581/5582
  • Jelly Bean — Android 4.1
  • Jeeves — Sun Java-powered Internet Server software (Java Web Server)
  • Jessie — Debian GNU/Linux 8.0
  • Jet — Sun VX, MVX
  • Jiro — Sun Project StoreX
  • John — Conner CFP1080E
  • John — IBM DPES-31080
  • Jonah — Intel 3rd generation Pentium M core (also known as Yonah)
  • Joshua — Cyrix processors
  • JOT — JBA (Software Ltd) Open Toolcase
  • Juhhu! — UHU Linux 1.0
  • Jumanji — Sun StorEdge A7000
  • Juneau — Intel JN440BX
  • Junior — Alt Linux 1.1
  • Junior — Alt Linux 2.0
  • Jupiter — Microsoft Windows CE 2.11, Handheld PC Professional (3.0)
  • Jupiter — Microsoft XML-based web services products
  • Jupiter — SunOS 5.0 (Solaris 2.0)
  • Janak — ja625

KEdit

  • K2 — Adobe Indesign
  • Kaede — Momonga Linux 1
  • Kahlua — Sun 17" entry level monitor
  • Kamion — UHU Linux 1.1
  • Kanga — Apple Macintosh PowerBook 3500
  • Kangaroo — Hewlett-Packard HP-75C
  • Kansas — Apple Power Macintosh 8600 and 9600
  • Karatu — Turbolinux 3.0
  • Karelia — ASP Linux 10
  • Karmic Koala — GNU\Linux Ubuntu 9.10
  • Katana — Sega Dreamcast
  • Katmai — Intel Pentium 3 250 nm processor
  • Kauai — KU440EX
  • Kauai — Sun KJava VM
  • Kelowna — XMetaL Author 4.0 Service Pack 1
  • Ketchup — UHU Linux 1.2-beta2
  • Keystone — HP-9000 rp7410
  • Khepri — IBM two-way processors
  • Kitkat — Android 4.4
  • Kkachi — WOWLinux 7.0
  • Klamath — Intel Pentium 2 350 nm processor
  • Klingon — Seagate ST12400N
  • Kodiak — Microsoft Exchange Server
  • Kodiak — Sun SPARCStation 20
  • KolibriOS — Kolibri Operating System
  • Kollege — KDE 3.3 Beta 2
  • Kona — Seagate ST5660N
  • Kong — Apple Two-Page Monochrome Monitor
  • Kootenay — OEone HomeBase Linux 1.7
  • Kopernicus — KDE 2.0
  • Krakatoa — Sun GUI/deskset tools for JavaStation, HotJava Views
  • Krans — DEC TOPS-20
  • Krum — Tilix Linux 0.5
  • Krups — Sun 2nd Generation JavaStation
  • Kryptonite — AMD K5, K6 processors
  • Kyoto — Turbolinux 1.0
  • Kyrene — Intel processors

LEdit

  • Lady Kenmore — Apple Macintosh Performa 200
  • Ladner — XMetaL Developer 4.0 Service Pack 1
  • LaGrande — Intel's security features in new processors
  • Laguna — Apple Macintosh Portable
  • Lakeport — Intel i945 chipset
  • Landshark — HP 9000 PA-RISC 8600 processor PCX-W+
  • LAW — Apple Power Macintosh 7100/66 ("Lawyers Are Wimps")
  • Laughlin — Fedora Linux 14
  • LCA — (Low Cost Apple) Apple IIe
  • LD50 — Apple Macintosh TV
  • Leadville — Sun StorEdge network foundation software
  • Leary — Apple Macintosh PowerBook 140
  • Legend — SCO OpenServer 6
  • Lego — Sun CG6
  • LegoA — Sun GX CG6
  • Leeloo — Mandrake Linux 5.2
  • Lenny — Debian GNU/Linux 5.0
  • Leo — Sun ZX
  • Leo II — Sun ZX+
  • Leonidas — Fedora Linux 11
  • Leopard — Apple Mac OS X 10.5
  • Liberation — White Box Enterprise Linux 3.0
  • Liberty — Sql Server 2000 (64 Bit)
  • Lightweight — Sun NEBS-compliant Ultra server
  • Lilac — Sun 17" premium color monitor
  • Limbo — Red Hat Linux 7.3.29 / 7.3.93 / 7.3.94
  • Lindenhurst — Intel Chipset
  • Liquid Sky — Adobe Photoshop 7.0
  • Lisa — Apple Lisa
  • Little Big Mac — Apple Macintosh II
  • Littleneck — Sun SunFire 280R
  • Logo — Apple Color StyleWriter Pro
  • Lokar —
  • Lollie — Apple IIc
  • Lollipop — Android 5.1
  • Lonestar — Windows XP Tablet PC 2005
  • Longhorn — Windows Vista
  • Longhorn Server — Windows Server 2008
  • Lorax — Red Hat Linux 6.1 Beta
  • Lorraine — Amiga
  • Lovelock — Fedora Linux 15
  • Love Shack — Apple Macintosh Portable (backlit)
  • Lucid Lynx — Ubuntu 10.04
  • Lumumba — dyne:bolic Linux 1.4
  • Luna — Sun JavaOS 1.1
  • Lunchbox — Sun Desktop Disk Pack
  • Lutra sumatrana — TA-Linux 0.2.0-rc1
  • Luzon — Sun TDMA IWF for Lucent Technologies
  • Lyra — K-DEMar Linux 2.2

MEdit

  • M2 — Apple Macintosh PowerBook 5300
  • M64 — Sun PGX PCI 8-bit color
  • Mac ± — Apple Macintosh SE
  • Macallan — Microsoft Windows CE 5.0
  • Maccabbee — StartCom Linux 3.0.1-AS
  • Mach5 — PowerPC 604e
  • Macintosh — Apple Macintosh
  • Macintosh IIce — Apple Macintosh Quadra 700
  • Macintosh IIex — Apple Macintosh Quadra 900
  • Macintosh IIvm — Apple Macintosh Performa 600
  • Macintosh IIxi — Apple Macintosh IIfx
  • MACIO — Sun Ethernet, Parallel and SCSI ASIC chip
  • Mad Hatter — Sun Java Desktop
  • Madison — IBM x450 server
  • Madison — Intel Itanium 2 130 nm processor w/ up to 6MB L3 cache
  • Madison 9M — Intel Itanium 2 130 nm processor w/ 9MB L3 cache
  • Mafalda — Sun SunConnect OSI 8.0
  • Magneto — Sun 66/33 MHz PCI bus card
  • Magnolia — Amd Athlon
  • Magnum — Sun Datacenter Switch 3456
  • Mai Tai — Apple 12" RGB Monitor
  • Main Street — Apple Macintosh PowerBook G3/350-400
  • Maipo — Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7
  • Makalu — Rocks Cluster Linux 3.3.0
  • Mako — Sun HPC ClusterTools 3.0
  • Makrolab — Dyne:bolic GNU/Linux 1.x
  • Malibu — Apple Macintosh Portable
  • Mamba — Sun 16-port FC-AL switch
  • Mammoth — Sun EXB-8900
  • Manchester — AMD Athlon 64 X2 dual core processor w/ 2*512KB L2 cache
  • Mango — Sun PGX32
  • Mango — Windows Phone 7.5
  • Manhattan — Red Hat Linux 5.1
  • Manifest — White Box Enterprise Linux 4
  • Manila — AMD Sempron 90 nm processor (Socket AM2 w/ DDR2-667)
  • Manitoba —
  • Mantaray — Sun-4/370 deskside, 12-slot pedestal system
  • Marathon — Intel 2700G graphics accelerator
  • Marblehead — XMAX (XMetaL for ActiveX) 4.0 Service Pack 1
  • Mark Twain — Apple IIGS
  • Marcato W+ — HP-9000 L3000-5X
  • Mars — SunOS 5.1 (Solaris 2.1)
  • Mars — Sega 32X
  • Marshmallow — Android 6.0
  • Mascarpone — UHU-Linux 1.2-rc3
  • Master — Alt Linux 2.0
  • Matterhorn — Rocks Cluster Linux 3.1.0
  • Matterhorn — Sun ACL 4/52, ETL 4/1000
  • Matterhorn2 — Sun ACL 4/100, ETL 4/1800, StorEdge L1800
  • Matterhorn W2 750 — HP-9000 rp7410
  • Matthew — Cyrix processor
  • Maui — Apple Macintosh SE
  • Maui — MU440EX
  • Maui — Sun EXB-8505
  • MauiXL — Sun EXB-8505XL
  • Maverick Meerkat — Ubuntu 10.10
  • Maxcat — Sun 104-way server
  • McKinley — Intel Itanium 2
  • Meerkat — Sun Serengeti System Controller board
  • Memphis — Microsoft Windows 98
  • Menagine — Apple Workgroup Server 95
  • Mending — Source Mage GNU/Linux 0.8
  • Mendocino — Intel Celeron 250 nm processor with L2 cache
  • Merced — Intel Itanium processor
  • Mercury — Intel 430MX
  • Mercury — Microsoft Windows CE 2.0, Handheld PC 2.0
  • Mercury — Sega Game Gear
  • Mercury — Sun encryption card
  • Merl —
  • Merlin — Adobe Photoshop 2.5 for Mac
  • Merlin — IBM OS/2 Warp 4.0
  • Merlin — Hewlett-Packard HP-75D
  • Merlin — Microsoft Windows CE 3.0, Pocket PC 2002
  • Merlin — Sun 18.1" flat panel
  • Merom — Intel Core 2 Duo Mobile processor
  • Metro — Sun Visual Workshop 3.0
  • Midas — Apple Trackpad 1.0
  • Midnight Run — Apple Macintosh SE
  • Midway — Microsoft Xbox
  • Mighty Cat — Apple Macintosh PowerBook 2400c
  • Mikey — Hitachi mini-Microdrive
  • Millennium — Microsoft Windows ME
  • Millennium — Sun UltraSPARC V
  • Millington — Intel dual—core two-way Itanium 2 processor due mid-2005
  • Milwaukee — Apple Macintosh II
  • Minnow — Sun Storedge 3310 disk array
  • Mira — Microsoft Windows CE for Smart Displays (cancelled 12/2003)
  • Mishteh — StartCom Linux 3.0.3-ML
  • Mistral —
  • Mobile Triton — Intel 430MX
  • Mohawk 160 — HP-9000 K450
  • Mohawk 180 — HP-9000 K460 - 889
  • Mojave — Cyrix processor
  • Monad — Microsoft Shell
  • Monet — Apple Macintosh PowerBook 165c
  • Montana — Apple Macintosh Classic II
  • Montana — Apple Power Macintosh 8600 and 9600
  • Montara GML — Intel processors
  • Monte Carlo — Sun Netra ct 800
  • Montecito — Intel IA-64 processors
  • Montera — Intel processors
  • Monterey — SCO/IBM/Sequent Unix
  • Montvale — Intel successor to Montecito processors due 2007
  • Monza — Turbolinux 7W
  • Mooch — Tao Linux 1.0-U3
  • Moonbase — Lunar Linux current
  • Moonshine — Sun backplane bus for 12 and 16 slot chassis, also Fedora 7 Linux
  • Moosehead — Silicon Graphics O2 Workstation
  • Morgan — AMD Duron processor
  • Morgan — Sun 1-way UltraSPARC IIIi
  • Moriarty — Sun System Handbook
  • Moses — Apple Mac OS X Server-Based Mac
  • Mother's Day — Red Hat Linux 1.0
  • Mother's Day .1 — Red Hat Linux 1.1
  • Mount Prospect — Intel MP440BX
  • Mousex — Lunar Linux 1.3
  • Moxie — Adobe Flex 3.0
  • Mozilla — Netscape Navigator (since spun off as its own name and browser)
  • Mr. Coffee — Sun 1st generation JavaStation 1
  • Mr. T — Apple Macintosh Plus
  • Mriya — ASP Linux 7.1
  • Mucho Grande — MG8
  • Mulligan — Apple Macintosh Portable (backlit)
  • Mustang — AMD processor
  • Mustang — Red Hat Linux 4.9 / 4.9.1 / 4.96
  • Mustang — Sun Java 2 Standard Edition 6.0 (due 2006)

NEdit

  • N10 — Intel i860 processor
  • N11 — Intel i860XP processor
  • Nachos — SunVideo
  • Nahant — Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3.94
  • Nano — Lunar Linux 1.1.2
  • Napa — Intel Centrino 3rd-generation
  • Nashville — Microsoft Windows 96 (discontinued)
  • Natoma — Intel 440FX
  • Natty Narwhal — Ubuntu 11.04o
  • Nautilus — Apple Macintosh PowerBook 2400c
  • Navigator — IBM 3174
  • Nehalem — Intel's 45 nm Technology Process
  • Nehemiah — Cyrix C4 processor
  • Nell — Sun SBus PCMCIA adapter
  • Neptune — Intel 430NX
  • Neptune — Microsoft Windows 2000 Home Edition (cancelled)
  • Neptune — Sun SPARCEngine EC
  • Neutron — Sun Ultra 1
  • Nevada — Apple Power Macintosh 9500/180-200
  • Nevada — Current development releases of Solaris
  • Newcastle — AMD Athlon 64 processor with 512KB L2 cache
  • Newton — Progeny Linux 1.0
  • Niagara — Sun UltraSPARC 8-processor CPU, successor to Gemini, due in 2005
  • Niagra — Sun Tape Backup Tray
  • Nighthawk — Sun TurboSPARC-based SS5
  • Ninevah — Intel Ethernet chip
  • Nitro — Apple Power Macintosh 8500/120
  • Nitro — Nintendo DS
  • Nocona — Intel 64-bit Xeon processors
  • Nodewarrior — Sun SPARCstation ELC
  • NoDo — "Copy&Paste" update for Windows Phone 7
  • Noodle — ROOT GNU/Linux 1.3
  • Nordica — Sun SPARCEngine CP1500
  • North — AppleTalk Internet Router
  • Northbridge — AMD-762
  • Northwood — Intel Pentium 4 130 nm processor
  • Nougat — Android 7.0/7.1
  • Nova — Arch Linux 0.5
  • Nova96 — HP-9000 G60/H60/I60
  • NuKernel — Apple kernel
  • NV35 — NVidia GeForce FX 5900
  • NV36 — NVidia GeForce FX 5700
  • NV38 — NVidia GeForce FX 5950
  • NX — Nintendo Switch

OEdit

  • Oak — Sun Java
  • OberoN — Linux Smart Card Howto 1.0.4
  • Obi Wan — CollegeLinux 2.5
  • Oceanic — Apple Macintosh IIsi
  • Odem — Intel 855PM chipset
  • Odin — TinySofa Enterprise Server Linux 2.0
  • Odyssey — Microsoft Windows 2000's cancelled successor
  • Odyssey — Mandrake Linux 7.2
  • Odyssey — SiS 740
  • Offcampus — Sun SPARCstation SLC
  • Okinawa — Turbolinux 2.0
  • Omega — Apple Macintosh PowerBook 190/190c
  • Oneiric Ocelot — Ubuntu 11.10
  • Ootpa — Red Hat Linux 8.0
  • Optimus — Apple Macintosh LC 575
  • Orbis — PlayStation 4
  • Orbit — Sun SolarNet PC-X terminal software
  • Orca — Sun E4000/E5000
  • Oreo — Sun Netra j 3.0, Android 8.0/8.1
  • Orion — Microsoft Windows CE 2.11, Palm-sized PC 1.1
  • Orion — Yellow Dog Linux 4.0
  • Orion DT — Intel 450KX
  • Orion ST — Intel 450GX
  • Orleans — AMD Athlon 64 90 nm processor (Socket AM2 w/ DDR2-667)
  • OS04 — grml Linux 0.1
  • Oslo — Sun QIC-2.5GB 1/4" Tape
  • Osmium — Exchange 5.5
  • Osoyoos — XMetaL Author and Developer 4.0 Trial Version
  • Osprey — Sun Millennium-based workgroup server
  • Othello — Sun cPCI 500 MHz USIIe CPU
  • Otter — Sun Ultra 5
  • Owens — Sun NetDynamics Release/Rev 5

PEdit

  • Pacific — Apple Macintosh IIci
  • Pacifica — AMD processor virtualizat ion features
  • Palermo — AMD Sempron S754 90 nm processor
  • Palladium — Microsoft Next Generation Secure Computing Base (Microsoft Codename Longhorn component)
  • Palomi no — AMD Athlon XP/MP 180 nm processor
  • Panama — Red Hat Enterprise Linux 2.1 ES
  • Panda — Sun SS20 with 75 MHz Voyager
  • Panther — Apple Mac OS X 10.3
  • Panther — Sun SPARCEngine Ultra AXi
  • Paramount — SuperSavage
  • Paran — WOWLinux 7.1
  • Paran—R2 — WOWLinux 7.3 Beta
  • Parhelia — G1000
  • Paris — AMD Sempron S754 130 nm processor
  • Paris — Apple Macintosh II
  • Paul — Conner CFP1080S
  • PBox — Sun External Expansion Module
  • Peanuts — Sun low cost 207 MB disk
  • Pegasus — Microsoft Windows CE 1.0
  • Pendolino — SmoothWall Linux 2.0 Beta 7
  • Penguin — Sun PCi—based SunPC card
  • Penryn — Intel Core 2 "Core architecture" 45 nm die shrink with SSE4
  • Pensacola — Red Hat Linux AS 2.1 / RHEL 2.1 AS
  • Perestroika — Apple A/UX 2.0
  • Perigree — Sun SPARCstation 4
  • Persistence — TinySofa Enterprise Linux 2.0-pre3
  • Peter Pan — Apple Macintosh TV
  • Phantasmal — Source Mage GNU/Linux 0.6
  • Pharaoh — StartCom Linux 3.0.0-DL
  • Phiphi — LinuxTLE 4.1
  • Phenom — Family of AMD processors
  • Phoebe — Red Hat Linux 8.1
  • Phoenix — Apple IIGS
  • Phoenix — Apple Power Macintosh LC 5420/5500
  • Phoenix — Sun SPARCstation IPC
  • Photon — Sun Enterprise Network Array A5000
  • Picasso — Red Hat Linux 3.0.3
  • Pico — Lunar Linux 1.2
  • Pie — Android 9.0
  • Piglet — Red Hat Linux 6.1.92
  • Piglet — Sun real—time MPEG2 decoder
  • Pike's Peak — Apple Macintosh PowerBook 145B
  • Piltdown Man — Apple Power Macintosh 6100/60
  • Pinball — Apple Macintosh LC
  • Pineapple — Sun PCI framebuffer/graphics for U30
  • Ping—Pong — Apple OneScanner
  • Pinnacle — LSI HyperSPARC chip
  • Pinstripe — Red Hat Linux 6.9.5
  • Pippin — Apple IIc
  • Pipeline HD — Seagate IIc
  • Pismo — Apple PowerBook G3 (version with Firewire Ports)
  • Pizza — Apple IIc+
  • Placer — Intel E7505 chipset
  • Plano — Sun 19" monitor
  • Platinum — Sun next generation Crichton
  • Platte —
  • Pliska — Tilix Linux 0.3
  • Plumas — Intel E7500 chipset
  • Plus — WOWLinux 6.1
  • PlusPlus — Apple Macintosh SE
  • Pluto — Sun SPARCStorage Array Model 101, 102, 112
  • Polaris — Sun3, SPARC, Sun4/E
  • Pommes — ROOT GNU/Linux 1.4 Beta
  • Pomona — Yellow Dog Linux 2.0
  • Pooh — Sun real-time MPEG2 decoder
  • Poppy — Sun 17" entry level
  • Portland —
  • Portola — i752
  • Potato — Debian GNU/Linux 2.2
  • Potomac — Intel Xeon MP
  • Powderhorn — Sun StorEdge L6000
  • Power Express — Apple Power Macintosh G3 Pro
  • Power Surge — Apple Power Macintosh PCI
  • Powerware — Sun SPARCWorks/Accelerator
  • Precise Pangolin — Ubuntu 12.04
  • Prelude — Sun Solaris/Workshop for Objects
  • Prelude W — HP-9000 N4000-36
  • Prelude W 440 — HP-9000 N4000-44
  • Prelude W+ 550 — HP-9000 N4000-55
  • Premise 500 — Apple Macintosh Quadra 900
  • Prescott — Intel Pentium 4 500 series, successor to Northwood
  • Presler — Intel Pentium 4 6×1 series, successor to Prescott-2M
  • Prestonia — Intel Xeon 130 nm processor
  • Primus — Apple Macintosh LC 475
  • Primus — Apple Macintosh Quadra 605
  • Prism — Apple Macintosh LC
  • Private Variables — Lunar Linux 1.3.3
  • Profusion — Intel processors
  • Project Atlantis — Nintendo Game Boy Advance
  • Project Café — Nintendo Wii U
  • Project Chess — IBM PC
  • Project Ganges — ShoppingList.com
  • Project K — Apple eMate 300
  • Project Needlemouse — Sonic The Hedgehog 4 Episode 1
  • Project Pipeline — RxCentric.com Inc.
  • Project Reality — Nintendo 64
  • Project X — The Sims
  • Propeller — Apple IIc+
  • Psyche — Red Hat Linux 8.0
  • Psycho+ — Sun UPA to PCI bus bridge
  • Puberty — WOWLinux 6.2
  • Puffin — Google desktop search application
  • Pulsar — Sun Ultra 2
  • Puma — Apple Mac OS X 10.1
  • Puppy — Name of Linux OS
  • Purple — Sun RAID disk storage
  • Python — Seagate ST42400ND
  • P9 — Power Mac G4 Cube

QEdit

  • Q88 — Apple Mac Mini (headless affordable mac)
  • Q97 — Apple FireWire interface for GarageBand
  • QED — Sun Quad Ethernet
  • Quadra 1000 — Apple Macintosh Quadra 840av
  • Quadro — Sun GX+
  • Quahog — Sun E420R
  • Quantal Quetzal — Ubuntu 12.10
  • Quark — Sun Ultra 30
  • Quasar — Sun Ultra 80
  • Quattro — Windows Home Server
  • QuattroXL — Sun QuadFastEthernet SBus Excel
  • Queen Cake — Android 10
  • Quesnel — XMetaL Author 4.5
  • Quicksilver — Aurox Linux 10.1
  • Quicksilver — Sun SelectMail

REdit

  • R2 — Microsoft Windows Server 2003 R2
  • Racer — Silicon Graphics Octane
  • Radiance — Sun WebCT
  • Raffica — Apple Macintosh IIsi
  • Raffika — Apple Macintosh IIsi
  • Rage6 — ATI Radeon 7200
  • Raisin — Apple IIc+
  • Rajt! — UHU-Linux 1.2
  • Rambo — Apple IIGS
  • Rampage —
  • Raphsody DC-360 — HP-9000 L1000-36 / rp5400
  • Raphsody DC-440 — HP-9000 L1000-44 / rp5400
  • Raphsody 360 — HP-9000 L2000-36 / rp5460
  • Raphsody 440 — HP-9000 L2000-44 / rp5450
  • Rapier — Microsoft Windows CE 3.0, Pocket PC 2000
  • Raptor — Apple operating system
  • Raptor — IBM z800
  • Raptor — Seagate ST32550N
  • Raring Ringtail — Ubuntu 13.04
  • Raven — IBM RS/6000 7017-S70
  • Raven — Seagate ST3500N
  • Rawhide — Red Hat Linux unstable development tree
  • RayBan — Apple Macintosh IIsi
  • Razor — Sun E220R
  • Rebound — Apple Macintosh Performa 5200
  • Rebound — Apple Power Macintosh LC 5200
  • Redstone — Windows 10 Anniversary Update
  • Red Pill — Adobe Photoshop CS3
  • Regatta — IBM p690
  • Rembrandt — Red Hat Linux 3.0.4 / 3.95
  • Renault — Apple File Exchange
  • Reno — Apple Macintosh II
  • Replacements — Apple Macintosh PowerBook 140
  • Revolution — Nintendo Wii
  • Rex — Debian GNU/Linux 1.2
  • Rhapsody — Apple Mac OS X Server 1.0 and enterprise OS
  • Rialto — Sun StorEdge L280
  • Richmond — XMetaL Developer 4.5
  • Rincewind — VLC Media Player 2.1
  • Ringo — Conner CFP2105E
  • Ringo — Seagate ST32430WC
  • Rio — TinySofa Classic Server Linux 1.1
  • Rio de Janeiro — SOT Linux 2000R3
  • Riviera — Apple Macintosh Portable
  • Road Warrior — Apple Macintosh PowerBook 170
  • Roadracer — Sun graphics card (GXi) for Sun386i
  • Roadrunner — Sun386i, RR150, RR250
  • Roam — Sun remote mail client
  • Rochester — Intel RC440BX
  • Rocky — Sun deskside system enclosure package
  • Rockchip — Apad Processor chip
  • Rome — Yellow Dog Linux 2.2
  • Romeo — Sun SPARCEngine CP1400
  • Rosebud — Apple Macintosh PowerBook 100
  • Rosebud — Sun 16" mid-range monitor
  • Rost — UHU-Linux 1.2-rc2
  • Roswell — Red Hat Linux 7.1.90 / 7.1.94
  • Round One Inc. — epinions.com Inc.
  • Royale — Macromedia Flex 1.0
  • Rubicon — Power Mac G4 Cube
  • Rudi — KDE 3.2

SEdit

  • Sabin — Tilix Linux 1.0-Beta1
  • Sabre — Sun MicroSPARC IIep
  • Safari — Sun UltraSPARC III
  • Sagres — Ciaxa Magica Linux 8.0
  • Sahara — IBM 750FX processor
  • Salem — SA820
  • Samila — LinuxTLE 5.5
  • Samuel — Cyrix processor
  • Sandy Bridge — Second Generation Intel Core I processor
  • San Diego — AMD Athlon 64/FX S939 90 nm processor
  • Santa Fe — Sun telco processor enhancer
  • Santa Rosa — Intel Centrino 4th-generation
  • Santiago — Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6
  • Sapphire — Sun UltraSPARC II
  • Sara — Apple III[3]
  • Sarge — Debian GNU/Linux 3.1
  • Satura — grml Linux 0.2
  • Sawtooth — Apple G4 tower
  • Scimitar —
  • Scorpion — Sun SPARCServer 1000
  • Scud — Sun DSBE/S
  • Sea Lion — Sun Ultra 10
  • Seam — Sun p4bus Greyscale/Mono Frame Buffer
  • Seattle — Intel SE440BX
  • Seattle2 — Intel SE440BX-2
  • Seawolf — Red Hat Linux 7.1
  • Seawolf — Sun StorEdge L180
  • Serengeti — Sun Enterprise Server family
  • Sevar — Tilix Linux 0.4
  • Severn — aborted Red Hat Linux 10 (transferred to the Fedora project)
  • Shadow — Apple Macintosh Quadra 700
  • ShakaZulu — Sun 400M trialngle graphics
  • Shame — RIAA project to distribute viruses in MP3 files
  • Shark — IBM Enterprise Storage Server (ESS)
  • Sharptooth — AMD K6-3 processor
  • Shasta — Rocks Cluster Linux 3.2.0
  • Shasta — Sun 2-way UltraSPARC IIIi
  • Sheffield — Sun Netra ft 1800
  • Sheffield Tesla — Sun Netra ft 1800
  • Shelton — Intel Banias with no L2 cache (aka Banias-0)
  • Sherlock — Apple internet information retrieval application
  • Sherlock — Sun Answerbook viewable via HTML
  • Sherman — Sun SPARCServer Voyager motherboard
  • Sherry — Apple IIc
  • Shillelagh — Source Mage GNU/Linux 0.5
  • Shiloh — Microsoft SQL Server 2000 (8.0)
  • Shiner HE — Apple Network Server 700
  • Shiner LE — Apple Network Server 500
  • Shitake — Zen Linux 1.1
  • Shogun —
  • Show & Tell — Apple Macintosh LC 630
  • Show & Tell — Apple Macintosh Performa 630
  • Show & Tell — Apple Macintosh Quadra 630–638
  • Show Biz — Apple Macintosh Quadra 630–638
  • Shrike — Red Hat Linux 9.0
  • Siberia — ASP Linux 9.2
  • Sibyl — Sun Interface Converter
  • Sid — Debian GNU/Linux unstable development distribution
  • Sidewinder — ATI Radeon2
  • Silence — RIAA project to scan computers for MP3 files and delete them
  • Silverdale — Intel processor virtualization features
  • Silverstone — Turbolinux 8.W
  • Sirius — Sun CPU card in Sun-3/260, 3/280
  • Sirius — Yellow Dog Linux 3.0
  • Sisyphus — ALT Linux
  • Skipjack — Red Hat Linux 7.2.91
  • Skyhawk — Sun cPCI Gigabit Ethernet MMF
  • SLAVIO — Sun external serial port ASIC chip
  • SledgeHammer — AMD Athlon 64 FX S940 processor
  • Slice — Apple Macintosh Color Classic
  • Slink — Debian GNU/Linux 2.1
  • Slipstream — Sun 1/2" HP Front Load Tape Drive
  • Smithfield — Intel Pentium D dual-core processor
  • Snapshot — Sun VideoPix
  • Snark — DEC TOPS-20
  • Snowball — Microsoft Windows for Workgroups 3.11
  • Snow Leopard — Apple Mac OS X 10.6
  • Sobeck — IBM four-way processors
  • Solano — Intel i815 chipset
  • Solano2 — Intel i815E chipset
  • Solarnet — Sun PCLAN admin utilities for PC enterprise users
  • Solstizio — Linux Netwosix 1.1
  • Sonata — Apple Mac OS 9.0
  • Sonoma — Intel Centrino 2nd-generation
  • Sonoma — Sun StorEdge A3000
  • Space Cadet — Apple A/UX 2.0
  • Space Monkey — Adobe Photoshop CS2
  • Space Mountain — Sun ACL 7/100
  • Spam — Sun SX imaging accelerator ASIC on motherboard
  • Sparkle — Sun XM-5301B
  • Sparkler — Sun JDK 1.1.4
  • Spartacus — Apple 20th Anniversary Macintosh
  • Speedbump 610 — Apple Macintosh Quadra 610
  • Speedbump 650 — Apple Macintosh Quadra 650
  • Speedracer — SGI Octane 2
  • Speedway — Sun tools for optimized Java apps
  • SPIFF — Sun Serial Parallel Controller
  • Spike — Apple Macintosh Quadra 700
  • Spike — Blag Linux 9001
  • Spitfire — AMD Duron
  • Spitfire — Sun UltraSPARC I
  • Splash Mountain — Sun StorEdge L11000
  • Spock — Apple Macintosh IIx
  • Sponge — Tao Linux 4
  • Sport16 — Sun SWIS, SWIS/S, DWIS, DWIS/S
  • Sport20 — Sun UDWIS/S
  • Sport8 — Sun SSHA
  • Springdale — Intel i865PE chipset
  • Spruce Goose — Apple Macintosh PowerBook 540
  • Spud — Sun 688 MB drive in expansion pedestal
  • Sputnik — uOS — The Micro Operating System 0.81
  • Sputnik Bluesky — Sun CP2060
  • Sputnik Orion — Sun CP2080
  • Spuzzum — XMAX (XMetaL for ActiveX) 4.5
  • Squeaky — Apple Macintosh II 32-bit ROMs
  • Squeeze — Debian GNU/Linux 6.0
  • SR-71 — Apple Macintosh PowerBook 540
  • Staccato L2 180 — HP-9000 A180c
  • Staccato L2 132 — HP-9000 A132
  • Star Trek — Apple Mac OS for x86
  • Starbuck — Red Hat Linux 5.9
  • Starbucks — Apple Workgroup Server 6150/60, 8150/80, 9150/80
  • Starburst — Sun Solaris 2.5
  • Starcat — Sun SunFire 15000
  • Starfire — Sun Ultra Enterprise 10000
  • Starter — Aurox Linux 8.0
  • Stealth — Apple Macintosh IIfx
  • Steam — Online video game distribution store and gamer network
  • Stenz — Fedora Core Linux 4
  • Stinger — ATI Radeon2
  • Stinger — IBM DB2 8.2
  • Stinger — Microsoft Windows CE 3.0 for Smart Phones (Smartphone 2002)
  • Stinger — Sun 2.1GB disk card
  • Stingrack — datacenter enclosure for Sun-4/390, 4/490
  • Stingray — Apple Macintosh IIci
  • Stingray — deskside enclosure for Sun-4/330
  • Stingrock — Sun 4/370
  • Stoned Beaver — Linux kernel 2.6.0-test10
  • Stonehenge — Adobe Photoshop CS4
  • StoreX — Sun open disk API architecture
  • Storm — Aurox Linux 9.4
  • Strange Cargo — Adobe Photoshop 5.0 and 5.5
  • Stratos — Apple Macintosh IIx
  • Stretch — Debian GNU/Linux 9.0
  • Suck — RIAA project to DOS sites offering MP3 files
  • Sumatra — SU810
  • Sumatra — Sun SPARCEngine CP1200
  • Summit — Apple Workgroup Server 7250/120, 8550/132
  • Sunbox — Sun SPARCCluster 1
  • Sunchild — Trustix Secure Linux 2.2
  • SunDials — Sun
  • SunDragon — Sun next generation JavaStation
  • Sunergy — Sun SPARCClassic X
  • SunFiler — Sun E220R + 1 -2 A1000 + Solaris 7 (StorEdge N8200)
  • Sunfire — Sun Ultra Enterprise 6000
  • Sunfire+ — Sun Ultra Enterprise 6500
  • Sunflower — Sun 20" premium color
  • Sunlight — Sun FDDI board
  • SunLink PC — Sun TotalNet Advanced Server software
  • Sunrack — Sun 56" data center cabinet
  • SunRay — Sun SPARC 4/400 series systems
  • SunRay 1 — Syn Network Computer desktop system
  • Sunrise — Aurox Linux 9.0
  • Sunrise — Sun—4/260, 4/280
  • SunScreen — Sun SPF100 hardware/software firewall
  • SunSwift — Sun SBus 10/100 Mbit/s Ethernet and Fast/wide SCSI2
  • SuperFetch — Microsoft technology in Windows Vista to speed application launch
  • SuperGun —
  • Super II — Apple IIe
  • Superior — Sun 20" premium greyscale
  • Supernami — Sun 66 MHz+ microSPARC II chip
  • Susan — OpenLab GNU/Linux 3.2
  • Suzuka — Turbolinux 10D
  • Swift — Sun microSPARC II
  • Swing — Sun Java Foundation Classes
  • Sysyphus — Alt Linux 2.?
  • Strations — The unbeatable warriors

TEdit

  • T-Bird — Red Hat Linux 4.8
  • T-Rex — IBM z990 mainframe computer
  • Tabasco — Sun Redundant Storage Module
  • Tactical Domestic Simulator — The Sims
  • Tadpole — Sun 5GB 4 mm
  • Taj Mahal — FARA on Steroids Active Measures Analytics
  • Talisker — Microsoft Windows CE 4.0
  • Talon — Sun SunDials
  • Tanglewood — Intel processors due 2006
  • Tango — Update for Windows Phone 7.5
  • Tanner — Intel Pentium 3 Xeon 250 nm processor
  • Tantalus — SOT Linux 2003
  • Tanzania — Apple Power Macintosh 4400/7220
  • Taroon — Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3
  • Tarzan — Sun 2.1 GB Differential SCSI
  • Tattle — RIAA project to scan computers and report them as pirates
  • Taylor3 — Linux Multi-Disk Howto 0.32i
  • Tazmax — Sun Ultra Enterprise 450 (A25)
  • Tazmo — Sun Ultra 450
  • Teddy — Apple IIc ("Testing Every Day")
  • Tehama — Intel i850 chipset
  • Tejas — Intel processors due Q2 2005 and now cancelled
  • Tempest — Apple Macintosh Quadra 660av
  • Tempo — Apple Mac OS 8
  • Teragrid — Distributed Terascale Facility
  • Terminator — Sun Network Terminal Server
  • Tervel — Tilix Linux 0.2
  • Tettnang — Fedora Core Linux 2.0
  • Texas — hacking movement in a Mexican high school operated by PLhackers
  • The Considerable Duck — GNOME 2.0.2 Desktop RC1
  • Thor — Sun S493
  • Thoroughbred — AMD Athlon XP 130 nm processor
  • Thunder Mountain — Sun StorEdge L1000
  • Thunderbird — AMD Athlon processor
  • Thunderbird — Red Hat Linux 4.8 / 4.8.1 / 4.95
  • Tiger — Apple Mac OS X 10.4
  • Tiger — Sun Java 2 Standard Edition 5.0
  • Tiger Eye —
  • Tiger Mountain — Adobe Photoshop 3.0 for Mac
  • Tillamook — Intel Mobile Pentium with MMX
  • Tikanga — Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5
  • Tim — Apple Macintosh PowerBook 170
  • Tim LC — Apple Macintosh PowerBook 140
  • Tim Lite — Apple Macintosh PowerBook 140
  • Timba — Seagate ST43401ND
  • Timna — Intel processors
  • TNT — Apple Power Macintosh 7500 ("The New Tesseract")
  • TNT 100 — HP-9000 T500
  • TNT 120 — HP-9000 T520
  • Today is gonna be the day — T2 Linux 2.1.0-beta
  • Toddy — Sun 14" monitor
  • Tofino — XMetaL Author 4.0 Service Pack 2
  • Togo — Sun SPARCStorage UniPack
  • Togo Tall — Sun SPARCStorage FlexiPack
  • Tonga — Sun Netra ct 400
  • Topaz — Microsoft Systems Management Server
  • Topcat — Sun microSPARC IIi + 256K cache module for Topdog
  • Topdog — Sun Ultra AXe
  • Toro — Sun Differential SCSI Expansion Pedestal
  • Tornado — MSN Messenger Service
  • Toucan — G400
  • Trail — XMetaL 4.5 Service Pack 3 (XMetaL Author, Developer, XMAX and Central)
  • Trailblazer — Apple Power Macintosh LC 5200
  • Traktopel — Mandrake Linux 8.0
  • Transformer — Apple Macintosh Performa 5200
  • Transformer — Apple Power Macintosh LC 5200
  • Threshold — Windows 10
  • TRex — Seagate/IBM DFHP-34320 4.2 GB 1.6" 7200 rpm disk
  • Tribble — Sun SPARCClassicX Rev 2.0 software
  • Trike — Blag Linux 9002
  • Trinity — SiS 5597/5598
  • Trinity — Power Mac G4 Cube
  • Triton — Intel 430FX
  • Triton/TX — Intel 430TX
  • Triton/VX — Intel 430VX
  • Triton2 — Intel 430HX
  • Troy — AMD Opteron 200 series processors
  • Tsunami — Apple Power Macintosh 9500/120
  • Tsunami — Sun microSPARC
  • Tualatin — Intel Pentium III 130 nm processor
  • Tukwila — Intel processors due 2006 (formerly called Tanglewood)
  • Tulip — Sun 15" color monitor
  • Tulloch — Intel i855 chipset
  • Tulsa — Intel Xeon 7100 series
  • Tumwater — Intel processors
  • TurboGX — Sun single SBus GX card with faster 2D/3D vector
  • Turion — AMD cpu name
  • Twiggy — Sun X6002A thin Floppy
  • Twin Castle — Intel E8500 chipset
  • TwinPeaks — Sun Java interface to C/C++ library generator
  • Twister — G100

UEdit

  • Ucluelet — XMetaL Developer 4.0 Service Pack 2
  • Ulysses — Mandrake Linux 7.2
  • UltraLight 2W U+/240 — HP-9000 D390/R390
  • UltraPenguin — Sun port of Linux 2.2 kernel for UltraSPARC
  • Underdog — Sun PCI ATM
  • Underground — WOWLinux 6.2
  • Union Bay — XMetaL 4.6 (XMetaL Author, Developer and XMAX)
  • Unisun — Sun Campus/SPARCstation 1
  • Update 1 — Lycoris Desktop/LX Build 44
  • Update 2 — Lycoris Desktop/LX Build 46
  • Update 3 — Lycoris Desktop/LX Build 142
  • Ural — ASP Linux 9
  • Uzi — Apple Macintosh II

VEdit

  • Vail — Apple Macintosh LC III
  • Valandraud — Vine Linux 3.0
  • Valhalla — Red Hat Linux 7.3
  • Valkyrie — SunOS 4.1.3 (Solaris 1.1 Rev B)
  • Vancouver — VC820
  • Vanderbilt — Red Hat Linux 4.1
  • Vanderpool — Intel Virtualization Technology
  • Vega — Arch Linux 0.2
  • Vega — Sun StarOffice 5.1
  • Venice— AMD Athlon 64 90 nm processor w/ 512KB L2 cache
  • Vegas — Sun Aurora Technology 7-slot PCI Expander
  • Venice — Mandrake Linux 5.1
  • Venus — AMD Opteron 100 series processors
  • Venus — Mandrake Linux 6.0
  • Venus — Microsoft Windows CE for WebTV (see also: Microsoft Venus)
  • Venus — Skolelinux 1.0
  • Venus in Furs — Adobe Photoshop 6.0
  • Vernon — XMAX (XMetaL for ActiveX) 4.0 Service Pack 2
  • Verne — Fedora 16 Linux
  • Vertex-TX — second generation vulcan elite CPU
  • Viking — Sun SuperSPARC chip
  • VineSeed — Vine Linux current testing
  • Viper — AMD-756
  • Viper — Turbolinux 8.0S Beta
  • Viper+ — AMD-766
  • Viper — Ross Technology 64-bit SPARC processor
  • Viros — DEC TOPS-20
  • Virtue — Source Mage GNU/Linux 0.9.3
  • Visa — Sun SPARCEngine CP2000
  • Vishera — AMD's Update to Bullzoder Released Oct 2012 Bulldozer (microarchitecture))
  • Vitamin — Mandrake Linux 8.1
  • VLC — (Very Low Cost) Apple IIc
  • VLX — Tandem NonStop 4th Generation (Later HP NonStop)
  • Vostok — ASP Linux 7.3
  • Voyager — Sun SuperSPARC II
  • Vulcan — Seagate ST31200N
  • Vienna — Microsoft Windows 7

WEdit

  • Waghor — LinuxTLE 7.0
  • Walkaround — Google Wave
  • Wall Street — Apple Macintosh PowerBook G3
  • Wallop — Microsoft project that includes blogging, filesharing, etc.
  • Wally — Sun StorEdge D240
  • Walrus — Sun Ultra 10 with 333 MHz
  • Warm Springs — Intel WS440BX
  • Warty Warthog — Ubuntu 4.10
  • Water — Aurox Linux 9.2
  • Watney — Sun SunForum 3.2
  • Wave3 — Sun Solaris 2.6
  • Weed-Whacker — Apple Macintosh IIfx
  • Werewolf — Fedora 8
  • Wheezey — Debian GNU/Linux 7.0
  • Whidbey — Microsoft Visual Studio 2005
  • Whistler — Microsoft Windows XP
  • Whistler — XMetaL Author 4.0 Service Pack 1 Localized (French and German)
  • Whistler Server — Microsoft Windows Server 2003
  • Whitefield — Intel Xeon processors due in 2006, cancelled
  • White Rabbit — Adobe Photoshop CS5
  • Whitney — Intel i810 chipset
  • Whopper — Seagate ST11200N
  • Wide Stinger — Sun 4.2GB, 8.4GB disk card
  • Widget — Arch Linux 0.6
  • Wilbur — HP-9000 E35
  • Willamette — Intel Pentium 4 180 nm processor
  • Wildcat — Sun high speed bus interconnect
  • Wildfire — Sun parallel UltraSPARC
  • Wildlife — ROCK Linux 2.0.2
  • Wiley — Sun StorEdge S1
  • Winchester — first floating-head disk drive, IBM, 1973
  • Winchester — AMD Athlon 64 90 nm processor
  • Wind — Aurox Linux 9.3
  • Windermere —
  • Windsor — AMD Athlon 64 X2/FX 90 nm processor (Socket AM2 w/ DDR2-800)
  • Wolfack — Windows NT"Cluster Server"
  • Wolfdale — code name for a processor from Intel
  • Wolverine — Red Hat Linux 7.0.91
  • Wombat — Arch Linux 0.7-beta1
  • Wombat 33 — Apple Macintosh Quadra 800
  • Wonderboy — Trustix Secure Linux 2.2-beta1
  • Woodcrest — Intel Xeon 5100 series processors
  • Woody — Debian GNU/Linux 3.0
  • Wren4 — Seagate 4.2GB 1.6" 5400 rpm disk
  • Wyoming — Sun full 64-bit version of Solaris
  • Wyvern — Microsoft Windows CE 2.11, Palm-sized PC 1.2

XEdit

  • Xbox — Sun SBus Expansion Subsystem
  • Xena — Sun 21" monitor
  • Xenon — Microsoft Xbox 360 (successor to the Microsoft Xbox)
  • XO — Apple Macintosh Classic

YEdit

  • Yaeger — Apple Macintosh PowerBook Duo 280c
  • Yamazaki — Windows Embedded CE 6.0
  • Yamhill — Intel processors
  • Yami — Chinese Linux Extension 0.9
  • Yarrow — Fedora Core Linux 1.0
  • Yarrow — Ignalum Linux 9
  • Yellow Box — Apple Rhapsody development platform
  • Yoda — Apple IIc
  • Yonah — Intel Core Duo processor
  • Yosemite — Apple Power Mac G3
  • Yosemite — OS X 10.10
  • Yorkfield — code name for some Intel processors sold as Core 2 Quad
  • Yosemite — Sun Developer Products SPARCCompilers
  • Yukon — Microsoft SQL Server 2005

ZEdit

  • Zambezi — Name of AMD processor's Core
  • Zappa —
  • Zebra — Sun SPARCPrinter
  • Zelda — Apple IIc
  • Zephyr — Sun 64-bit compilers
  • Zeus — Sun developer's release of SunOS based on SVR4
  • Zippy — SunVideo Plus PCI
  • Zircon — Seagate ST31200WC
  • Zircon II — Seagate CFP1060E
  • Zeotrope — AlphaCrhome
  • Zod — Fedora Core 6 Linux
  • Zoltrix — Computer Electronics Brand
  • Zone 5 — Apple Macintosh IIfx
  • Zoot — Red Hat Linux 6.2
  • Zulu — Sun 200M triangle graphics
  • ZX — Sun Leo 24-bit color frame buffer
  • Zydeco — Apple Macintosh Quadra 950

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Brockmeier, Joe (April 19, 2006). "Ubuntu starts planning for Edgy Eft". Newsforge. Retrieved 2006-04-21.
  2. ^ https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/ubuntu-devel-announce/2008-September/000481.html
  3. ^ Linzmayer, Owen W. (2004). Apple Confidential 2.0: The Definitive History of the World's Most Colorful Company. No Starch Press. pp. 41–43. ISBN 9781593270100. OCLC 921280642.

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