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Kylin (operating system)

Kylin is an operating system developed by academics at the National University of Defense Technology in the People's Republic of China since 2001. It is named after the mythical beast qilin. The first versions were based on FreeBSD and were intended for use by the Chinese military and other government organizations. With version 3.0 Kylin became Linux-based, and there is a version called NeoKylin which was announced in 2010.

A separate project using Ubuntu as the Linux operating system was announced in 2013. The first version of Ubuntu Kylin was released in April 2013.


Kylin may refer to:

  • Kylin (operating system), a Chinese operating system
  • Kylin TV, an internet television channel broadcasting in the United States and owned by Phoenix North America Chinese Channel
  • Kylin Villa, a place near University Town of Shenzhen, Guangdong, China
  • a model of the Mitsubishi pickups by Changfeng Motor
  • Apache Kylin, an open source distributed analytics engine

Usage examples of "kylin".

Blue Dragon, claws extended, caught him by the throat, ripping the entire area out with that one blow far more cleanly than Kylin had done to Zzzeras.

I would say that the guards Kylin sent elsewhere should return in a matter of moments.

One of them apologized profusely for having been duped by Kylin, and offered his life.

That, of course, meant dear Lord Kylin and me, and officially began the three days of celebration traditional before the wedding ceremony.

When I was through and had also finished a second cup of brew, Indris led me toward the back of the house while Veslin took Kylin in another direction.

During the meal we'd learned that Indris had already sent one of the village children to get clothing that would fit Kylin, so he, too, could get straight to bathing.

Kylin agreed with a grin while Duke Riife chuckled, but the young Fighter's amusement didn't stay with him.