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  Nothing but Unix. [Home] Boost Linux performance on old hardware The ideas in this article may help you breathe life (and some additional security) into your old machines and . A lack of physical memory can severely hamper Linux performance. Llearn how to accurately measure the amount of

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Steve Hosgood's work with an early 1980s Unix clone. Includes some utility sources.
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Feature: OMU - One Man Unix In the late 1970s and early 1980s (the good old days of "hobby computing") before the IBM PC and its clones took over the world Steve Hosgood built a Unix clone at home. He was used to V7 Unix on the PDP-11 at university and wasn't keen to step backwards 10 years to

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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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Examples, scripts, commands, and some tutorials.
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Copy each file and then paste it in a text editor. Save the file using the given filename. To copy: Click the "Highlight" button. This will highlight the text. Then from the Edit menu choose Copy. To paste: open a text editor, then from the Edit menu choose paste. command Bash shell prompt =$

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