[TUHS] SVR4 x86 -- Sources
cowan at mercury.ccil.org
Wed Jul 20 13:16:06 AEST 2011
Doug McIntyre scripsit:
> Prior to SVR4, there were the two camps, with SVR3 being "business"
> and BSD mostly being University/Research. With SVR4, things became
> alot less distinct, and it was really only the linux camp that really
> kept beating the drum that they were still so different.
Eh? SVR4 was released in 1988. Linux didn't even exist until three
years later, and there wasn't much of a Linux community for at least
two years after that.
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