[TUHS] Why BSD didn't catch on more, and Linux did
robert at timetraveller.org
Mon Feb 12 10:31:46 AEST 2018
On Sun, 11 Feb 2018, Derek Fawcus wrote:
> Note that CDOS 286 (aka FlexOS) was a distinct product from
> Concurrent DOS. The former written in C; the latter in assembler
> and seemingly derived from Concurrent CP/M.
Also not to be confused with FLEX, a completely different OS. That was
what I initially thought you were talking about but the clue was you
mentioned FlexOS was multi-user. The original FLEX was single user.
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