northumbrian1 wrote:I wonder just how many know remotely what Unix is other than the system that powers their Mac Pro or other Apple product?
northumbrian1 wrote:When I worked for Plessey (see my other posts), we got a long fragment of code from Berkeley University, California, which we used in some of the Arrays on the Banks of switch-gear for BT's Secret System X. This was my first involvement with a Linux-like system and in fact from which Linus Torwald built the first Linux Kernel (not the Linux System itself). The year we began using this language was around 1971-73, which was quite early in the life of Unix. Does anyone else here use the original Berkeley University system of Unix or its newer counterparts?
northumbrian1 wrote:Does anyone else here use the original Berkeley University system of Unix or its newer counterparts?
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