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MODERN OPERATING SYSTEMS
FILESYSTEM HIERARCHY STANDARD
MICROSOFT WINDOWS
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UNIX-LIKE OPERATING SYSTEMS
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    This Review contains major "Unix-Like Operating Systems"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Unix-Like

  1. A Category can be created for bread & butter "Unix-like operating systems" so that the obscure and run of the mill are still flagged up as UNIX-like.

Fvwm-Crystal

  1. FVWM-Crystal aims to create an easy to use, eye-candy but also powerful desktop environment for Linux or other Unix-like operating systems. (Web site)

Pretty

  1. FVWM-Crystal aims to create an easy to use, pretty, and powerful desktop environment for Linux or other Unix-like operating systems. (Web site)

Programs

  1. In fact, on most UNIX-like operating systems it is the primary means of finding out how programs on the system work.

Popular

  1. I don't see why only Unix-like operating systems that currently are very popular should be listed in this navigational template.

Volunteers

  1. It is developed by volunteers and can run on most Unix-like operating systems. (Web site)

Standard

  1. The traditional method of ftp is pretty much a standard for Unix-like operating systems. (Web site)

Standard Error

  1. Standard error, abbreviated stderr, is the destination of error messages from command line (i.e., all-text mode) programs in Unix-like operating systems. (Web site)

Computer Networks

  1. NetworkManager is a software utility aimed at simplifying the use of computer networks on Linux and other Unix-like operating systems.

Samba

  1. Samba has been run on more than 30 Unix and Unix-like operating systems. (Web site)
  2. Although this document is Linux-centric, Samba runs on most Unix-like operating systems.

Guidelines

  1. This standard consists of a set of requirements and guidelines for file and directory placement under UNIX-like operating systems. (Web site)

Graphical User Interface

  1. Amiga features an elegant GUI (graphical user interface) together with some of the flexibility of Unix-like operating systems.

Bsd License

  1. It works on most Unix-like operating systems, and is distributed under a BSD license.

Modern Operating Systems

  1. It is the standard graphical interface on Unix, Unix-like operating systems and OpenVMS, and is available for most other modern operating systems.

Filesystem Hierarchy Standard

  1. Filesystem Hierarchy Standard is a set of requirements and guidelines for file and directory placement under UNIX-like operating systems.
  2. The Filesystem Hierarchy Standard was created to provide a reference directory layout for Unix-like operating systems, particularly Linux.

Microsoft Windows

  1. Irssi was written primarily to run on Unix-like operating systems but also runs under Microsoft Windows, using Cygwin.

Shell Script

  1. A batch file is analogous to a shell script in Unix-like operating systems. (Web site)

Gnome

  1. GNOME is part of the GNU Project and can be used with various Unix-like operating systems, most notably Linux, and as part of Java Desktop System in Solaris.

Mac Os

  1. Compatibility between Unix-like operating systems (such as BSD Unix, Solaris, and Mac OS X) through various standards, such as the POSIX thread standard. (Web site)
  2. Bash is the default shell on most Linux systems as well as on Mac OS X and it can be run on most Unix-like operating systems. (Web site)

Window Maker

  1. Window Maker is included with many Unix-like operating systems.

Window System

  1. It is a part of the GNOME environment for the X Window System (on Linux, the BSDs, and other Unix-like operating systems).

Concept

  1. This is distinct from the concept of a "service process," which is a user mode component somewhat analogous to a daemon in Unix-like operating systems.
  2. Unix-like operating systems feature the concept of standard streams of data. (Web site)

Computing Systems

  1. It is widely used not only on Unix-like operating systems but in many other computing systems. (Web site)

Operating Systems

  1. It runs on a variety of operating systems, including most Unix-like operating systems and Windows.
  2. It was originally written for Unix-like operating systems on IBM PC compatibles and is now available for many other operating systems and platforms.

Netbsd

  1. FreeBSD, NetBSD or OpenBSD, which together form a branch of the family of Unix-like operating systems.
  2. Alternatively, NetBSD 's pkgsrc provides support for Slackware, among other UNIX-like operating systems.

Linux

  1. Today, in addition to certified Unix systems, Unix-like operating systems such as Linux and BSD are commonly encountered.
  2. FreeBSD provides binary compatibility with several other Unix-like operating systems, including Linux.
  3. Visitors is a very fast web log analyzer for Linux, Windows, and other Unix-like operating systems. (Web site)

Unix

  1. GNOME is a computer desktop environment designed to make UNIX and UNIX-like operating systems, such as Linux, easier for non-technical users.
  2. It is a port of X11R6 that supports several versions of Intel- based Unix and Unix-like operating systems. (Web site)
  3. XFree86 is a freely redistributable implementation of the X Window System that runs on UNIX and UNIX-like operating systems.

Unix-Like Operating Systems

  1. Xfce is a free software project that provides a lightweight desktop environment for Unix and Unix-like operating systems.
  2. Other mainstream desktop environments for Unix-like operating systems using the X Window System include KDE, GNOME, Xfce and CDE.
  3. KDE is the acronym for the K Desktop Environment and is a free, graphical desktop environment for Unix and Unix-like operating systems, such as Linux.

Categories

  1. Information Technology > Computers > Operating Systems > Unix
  2. Free Software Project
  3. Information Technology > Computers > Operating Systems > Linux
  4. Operating Systems > Unix > Bsd > Netbsd
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