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Historical comparison of Unix and the free software movement.
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Random Site Quote: Secure Programming for Linux and Unix HOWTO Prev Chapter 2. Background Next 2.1. History of Unix, Linux, and Open Source / Free Software 2.1.1. Unix In 1969-1970, Kenneth Thompson, Dennis Ritchie, and others at AT&T Bell Labs began developing a small operating system on a little-used PDP-7.
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A site that refers to the multiple efforts at porting different flavors of UNIX to the Macintosh and Power Macintosh platforms, primarily representing the Linux for PowerPC and MacBSD projects.
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Random Site Quote: Earning Apple support for the OpenMac projects OpenMac refers to the multiple efforts at porting different flavors of UNIX to the Macintosh and PowerMacintosh platforms, primarily representing the Linux for PowerPC and MacBSD projects. In the past, the OpenMac teams have seen their efforts
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Small page of logos and links to resources, distribution channels for the most popular, freely distributable Unix, and a few other projects. FREENIX links in English, FranA§ais, Norsk.
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Random Site Quote: A complete resource for information, reviews, books and distribution channels for Open Source UNIX and related software projects.
Related Software Projects This web site is an expanding resource of information and reviews about Open Source UNIX (Freely Redistributable UNIX) and other related software projects. This site will feature information about complete operating system distributions and individual software packages

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Compares FreeBSD 5.1, NetBSD 1.6.1, OpenBSD 3.4; Linux 2.4, 2.5, 2.6; to see how scalable and fast network programs are on standard PC hardware as Web servers; tests several APIs and methods. Text, graphs, benchmark code.
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Random Site Quote: To contact me, send an email to felix-benchmark at fefe.de . , and new measurements will be now scales better than even FreeBSD 5! benchmarked as well. While some aspects may be more well-tuned, FreeBSD 5.1 scales better. These benchmarks are the result of my scalable network programming
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Develops, supports small/mid scale Unix server OSs and business system software for network computing; products, related services: OpenServer, OpenUnix, UnixWare. Unix intellectual property licensing. Was Santa Cruz Operation, Caldera Systems, Caldera International. Stock: SCOXQ.PK.
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Random Site Quote: The SCO Group, Inc. Nasdaq: SCOX
SCO To Deliver Virtualization-based UNIX What's New List Shows New Certified and Compatible Hardware SCO Announces Availability Details for the GNU Utilities Supplement for all SCO OpenServer 6 Customers SCO OpenServer Maintenance Pack 4 now available SCO UnixWare 7.1.4 Maintenance Pack 4 now

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Unsurprisingly, some struggling firms see Linux as a ride out of the dark tunnel of flat growth and into the bright light of prosperity. Executives at SCO, former Santa Cruz Operation, are debating if Linux is salvation. [Forbes]
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Random Site Quote: The struggling software company is the latest to use Linux as a means to boostslowing growth in core software businesses. Will it work?
SCO Hitches Its Wagon To Linux Lisa DiCarlo, 07.12.00, 10:25 AM ET It's not often a software operating system comes along that can challenge the status quo, gain widespread popularity and create enormous revenue potential. So, it's not surprising that some struggling software companies view Linux

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The former CEO of Caldera and architect of its SCO acquisition disagrees with firm's legal campaign against Linux vendors, but he still thinks SCO has case against IBM. [eWeek]
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Random Site Quote: Q&A: The former CEO of Caldera and architect of its SCO acquisition disagrees with the company's legal campaign against Linux vendors—but he still thinks SCO has a case against IBM.
Linux & Open Source - eWeek Ransom Love, Co-founder of Caldera and SCO, Speaks of Unix, GPL and the Lawsuit Q&A: The former CEO of Caldera and architect of its SCO acquisition disagrees with the company's legal campaign against Linux vendors—but he still thinks SCO has a case against IBM. In

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Enterprise-wide, multi-platform fax solution for small and medium businesses.
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Random Site Quote: VSI-FAX fax server provides a comprehensive, multi-platform fax solution that enables faxing of any document from any application running on Linux, Unix, or Windows Server
VSI-FAX Enable Your Unix- and Linux-based Systems Esker VSI-FAX fax server for Unix, Linux, and Windows provides a comprehensive, multi-platform fax solution that enables faxing of any document from any application running on Linux, Unix, or Windows Server 2003/2008. Esker VSI-FAX key benefits

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T Unix Systems Laboratories and BSD. [InternetNews]
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Random Site Quote: UPDATE: During Enterprise IT Week at cdXpo, CEO Darl McBride said his company would soon crack down on alleged copyright violations in the BSD community.
Despite the fact that Macs top the charts in reliability testing, our columnist finds himself fighting the urge to switch to Windows. Plus, why AppleCare is the key to happiness. Select a newsletter and click Join to sign up! [May 28, 2009] If you think it's bad for the desktop and notebook side

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SCO CEO Darl McBride accuses president of Open Source Initiative, Eric Raymond, and open source community in general, of not doing enough to stop distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks on SCO website. [eWeek]
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Random Site Quote: SCO CEO Darl McBride took a swing at the open-source community this week, Linux & Open-Source Editor Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols reports, and Linux luminaries Eric Raymond and Bruce Perens weren't slow to respond.
Linux & Open Source - eWeek SCO, Open-Source Leaders Trade Barbs SCO CEO Darl McBride took a swing at the open-source community this week, Linux & Open-Source Editor Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols reports, and Linux luminaries Eric Raymond and Bruce Perens weren't slow to respond. Hardly a week goes by

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