Bsd-os



bsd/os
operating system
BSDI’s commercial version of Berkeley Standard Distribution Unix. BSD/OS is a POSIX-compatible, Unix-like system for the 80386, 486, and Pentium. It is based on the BSD software from UCB, a number of other sources, and components engineered by BSDI. The initial production release of BSD/OS shipped in March, 1993.
(1996-01-13)

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