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MACINTOSH OPERATING SYSTEM
BEST OPERATING SYSTEM
DOCUMENT PROCESSING SYSTEM DEVELOPED
INTERNET
DEVELOPMENT
COMPUTER VIRUSES
INFORMATION RELATED
SECURITY FEATURES
PROGRAM
SPECIFIC SET
LINUX OPERATING SYSTEM
UNIX-LIKE SYSTEMS
DENNIS RITCHIE
UNIX SYSTEM
LINUX
RITCHIE
DEVELOPED
WRITTEN ENTIRELY
COMPUTER LANGUAGE
VERSIONS
FREE VERSION
BERKELEY
BSD
SCO
UNIX
UNIX OPERATING SYSTEM
Review of Short Phrases and Links

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Definitions

  1. The Unix operating system was conceived and implemented in the 1960s and first released in 1970. (Web site)

Macintosh Operating System

  1. The UNIX operating system runs in concert with the Macintosh operating system. (Web site)

Best Operating System

  1. We believe that the UNIX operating system is the best operating system available today. (Web site)

Document Processing System Developed

  1. Troff is a document processing system developed by AT&T for the Unix operating system. (Web site)

Internet

  1. Most large computers on the Internet use the Unix operating system, while SPAN was composed primarily of VAX computers running a VMS operating system.

Development

  1. Internet History - In many ways the History of the Internet is linked to the development of the history of UNIX Operating System.

Computer Viruses

  1. It is rather difficult to find the features that would be shared between biological viruses, computer viruses, copyleft licenses and UNIX operating system.

Information Related

  1. UnixGeeks.org - A growing repository of resources and information related to the Unix operating system.

Security Features

  1. This document describes the security features provided by the UNIX operating system, and how they should be used. (Web site)

Program

  1. A representative server machine is an IBM Netfinity platform running the Unix operating system and a server program such as IBM WebSphere Version 2.0. (Web site)

Specific Set

  1. Under the Unix operating system there is a notion of privileges, each user who has an account upon a given machine has a specific set of rights.

Linux Operating System

  1. The Linux operating system is a publicly supported freeware variant of the Unix operating system that runs on Intel-based personal computers.

Unix-Like Systems

  1. A Unix shell, also called "the command line ", provides the traditional user interface for the Unix operating system and for Unix-like systems.

Dennis Ritchie

  1. Dennis Ritchie (one of the inventors of the Unix operating system), its predecessor was the B programming language - also from Bell.

Unix System

  1. This was initially a program run under the UNIX operating system that allowed one UNIX system to send files to another UNIX system via dial-up phone lines. (Web site)

Linux

  1. Based on the same code as the UNIX operating system, Linux is continually being improved by developers, administrators and users around the world. (Web site)
  2. Linux is an operating system kernel that resembles the Unix operating system. (Web site)
  3. Linux An open source version of the UNIX operating system. (Web site)

Ritchie

  1. C A language developed in conjunction with the UNIX operating system at AT&T Bell Laboratories by D.Ritchie and now an ANSI standard.

Developed

  1. The 'C' programming language was originally developed for and implemented on the UNIX operating system, on a DEC PDP-11 by Dennis Ritchie. (Web site)
  2. The beginnings of the UNIX operating system was developed at AT&T Bell Laboratories in the late 1960s.
  3. Helpful information for users of the UNIX operating system, developed at the University of Edinburgh from work funded by the ITTI. (Web site)

Written Entirely

  1. It is a clone, written entirely from scratch, of the Unix operating system. (Web site)

Computer Language

  1. New Orleans, 1943] at ITT Bell Labs develop "C," a computer language running under the UNIX operating system. (Web site)

Versions

  1. Unix System V, commonly abbreviated SysV (and usually pronounced, though rarely written as System 5), was one of the versions of the Unix operating system.
  2. BIND Berkeley Internet Name Domain - An implementation of DNS written and ported to most available versions of the UNIX operating system.
  3. INTERACTIVE Systems Corporation (ISC) was a software company, known for their versions of the Unix operating system.

Free Version

  1. In 1984 Richard Stallman's Free Software Foundation (FSF) began the GNU project, a project to create a free version of the Unix operating system.

Berkeley

  1. Implementation of the UNIX operating system and its utilities developed and distributed by the University of California at Berkeley. (Web site)
  2. In its infancy AT&T Bell Laboratories permitted Berkeley and other universities to share the source code to their UNIX operating system. (Web site)

Bsd

  1. A version of RIP which supported the Internet Protocol (IP) was later included in the Berkeley Software Distribution (BSD) of the Unix operating system. (Web site)

Sco

  1. Statements that SCO "owns the UNIX operating system", has "licensed UNIX to XYZ" are clearly inaccurate and misleading.
  2. Announced in October 1998, Project Monterey is a major UNIX operating system initiative led by IBM, along with SCO and Intel.
  3. Project Monterey is a joint venture among SCO, IBM, Sequent, and Compaq to deliver a high-volume, enterprise-class Unix operating system. (Web site)

Unix

  1. Sixth Edition Unix, also called Version 6 Unix or just V6, was the first version of the Unix operating system to see wide release outside Bell Labs.
  2. Seventh Edition Unix, also called Version 7 Unix, Version 7 or just V7, was an important early release of the Unix operating system.
  3. The C language was originally designed for the Unix operating system, and hence there is a strong synergy between C and Unix.

Unix Operating System

  1. BSD is a Unix operating system originally developed as Berkeley Software Distribution. (Web site)
  2. Berkeley Software Distribution is a derivative of the Unix operating system that was created by and is distributed by the University of California, Berkeley. (Web site)
  3. The evolution of the UNIX operating system into two broad schools (BSD and SYSV) and the development of Linux, a popular open source operating system. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Unix System
  2. Unix-Like Systems
  3. Sco
  4. Computers > Operating Systems > Unix > Bsd
  5. Aix
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