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  1. The UNIX System, UNIX System

    The Open Group holds the UNIX trademark in trust for the industry, and manages the UNIX trademark licensing program.

  2. Unix - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Unix (all-caps UNIX for the trademark) is a multitasking, multiuser computer operating system that exists in many variants. The original Unix was developed at AT&T's ...

  3. Unix - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

    Unix (registrado oficialmente como UNIX®) es un sistema operativo portable , multitarea y multiusuario ; desarrollado, en principio, en 1969 , por un grupo de ...


    Unix (registrato ufficialmente come UNIX) è un sistema operativo portabile per computer inizialmente sviluppato da un gruppo di ricerca dei laboratori AT&T e Bell ...


    Unix , officiellement UNIX (parfois écrit « Unix », avec des petites capitales), est un système d'exploitation multitâche et multi-utilisateur créé en 1969 .


    UNIX (ユニックス、 Unix 、 英語発音: [júːniks] )は、 コンピュータ 用の マルチタスク ・ マルチユーザー の ...


    Unix Time-Sharing System (pisane również jako UNIX , choć nie jest to skrót – nazwa „UNIX” jest kalamburem określenia Multics , który był wzorem dla ...

  8. Linux and Unix commands, information, and help

    Help with Linux and Unix containing hundreds of commands, syntax, Q&A, history, news, and much more.

  9. UNIX History - Éric Lévénez's site

    Unix Timeline: Below, you can see the preview of the Unix History (move on the white zone to get a bigger image): This is a simplified diagram of unix history.

  10. Unix philosophy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    The Unix philosophy, originated by Ken Thompson, is a set of cultural norms and philosophical approaches to developing small yet capable software based on the ...

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