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The only time I saw which OS was being used on an airplane, I saw Tux the penguin on screen as the screen in front of me was loading. It was for the in flight entertainment computers though.

I think a while back there were articles about ISS changing from Windows to Linux.

I found one here: https://www.extremetech.com/extreme/155392-international-space-station-switches-from-windows-to-linux-for-improved-reliability

VxWorks, Integrity, and LynxOS seem to be popular choices.

@ksynwa
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There was a post on /r/Linux about a recent launch from SpaceX (I think) using Linux. It said it was uncommon to use Linux.

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