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Possible Answers: SILO, ATTIC, BIN, CLOSET, GARAGE, LARDER.
Last seen on: –Newsday.com Crossword – Oct 25 2018
Random information on the term “SILO”:
The SPARC Improved bootLOader (SILO) is the bootloader used by the SPARC port of the Linux operating system; it can also be used for Solaris as a replacement for the standard Solaris boot loader.
SILO generally looks similar to the basic version of LILO, giving a “boot:” prompt, at which the user can press the Tab key to see the available images to boot. The configuration file format is reasonably similar to LILO’s, as well as some of the command-line options. However, SILO differs significantly from LILO because it reads and parses the configuration file at boot time, so it is not necessary to re-run it after every change to the file or to the installed kernel images. SILO is able to access ext2, ext3, ext4, UFS, romfs and ISO 9660 file systems, enabling it to boot arbitrary kernels from them (more similar to GRUB).
SILO also has support for transparent decompression of gzipped vmlinux images, making the bzImage format unnecessary on SPARC Linux.
SILO is loaded from the SPARC PROM.
Random information on the term “BIN”:
Bin Uehara (上原 敏?, Uehara Bin, August 26, 1908 – July 29, 1944) was a Japanese popular music (ryūkōka) singer and soldier. He was known for using naniwa-bushi’s kobushi vocalism in Japanese popular music. He was killed in action during the eastern New Guinea campaign during the Pacific War.
Uehara was born as Rikiji Matsumoto in Ōdate, Akita Prefecture, Japan. He graduated from Senshu University, and made his professional debut with the song “Tsukimi Odori” (月見踊り?, lit. “Moon-viewing Dance”) under the Japanese division of Polydor Records in 1936. His famous songs included the 1937 song “Ruten” (流転?, lit. “Stream-rolling”). His vocal style, called kobushi, became popular as the more emphatic form among modern enka singers.
Uehara became a soldier in 1943, went to New Guinea, and was killed in battle on July 29, 1944.
In 1976, a monument honoring him was established in his home city of Ōdate.