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PowerEL stands for Power Enterprise Linux, it originates from a requirement to have a fully free open source distribution for the IBM POWER 8 and higher platform. The distribution takes it’s inspiration and origin from various Open Source Enterprise Linux distributions such as Red Hat, CentOS,...

SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES) for Power is an open-source Linux operating system built on top of the free and open source Linux kernel and is distributed with system and application software from other open source projects. SLES for Power is available for computer systems...

This architecture specification provides a comprehensive computer system platform-to-software interface definition,combined with minimum system requirements, that enables the development of and software porting to a range of compatible industry-standard computer systems from workstations through servers. These systems are based on the requirements defined in the...

IBM® and Linux® deliver servers, software, and solutions built on the IBM Power Systems™ platform. IBM's Power servers run industry standard Linux from Red Hat®, SUSE™ and Canonical's Ubuntu®.  This website is your source for technical assistance with Linux software on Power systems (IBM and...

Official repository for the open source OpenPOWER firmware implementation. Contains repositories for firmware components, along with the build system to produce firmware builds for a large range of existing hardware platforms....

Little Endian (LE) Linux supporting the 64-bit POWER Instruction Set Architecture (ISA) is a foundational part of the OpenPOWER System software stack and supports the development of OpenPOWER applications including future applications leveraging NVIDIA GPUs. The development community will now benefit from the creation of...