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2 StuartYeates 1 Any [Software], [Hardware], installation or [Protocol] which has been superseeded. Generally the older an organisation, the more legacy systems they use, becuase the cost of upgrading large organisations tends to be very high.
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2 StuartYeates 3 For example, [ISA] might be referred to as a legacy [Bus] standard and any [Linux] [Kernel] older than the current stable branch is a [Legacy] kernel. Working with legacy systems is frustrating becuase they have known problems which are trivially fixable (by upgrading), but there are non-techincal constraints preventing them from being fixed.
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5 Also the name of a linux distribution... the older version of [Fedora] that are not "officially" supported - see FedoraLegacy
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