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'''BSD (Berkley Software Development)''' is one of the three major forms of the UNIX operating system from which many versions have been created such as OpenBSD, FreeBSD, NetBSD, Trusted BSD, and very early versions of Sun’s Solaris. BSD was first released in the late 1970s and continues to have a strong following today exhibited in the continued existence of the above versions. The only exception is Sun who switched the design of their OS over to System V Release 4. --[[User:Shawn1024|Shawn1024]] 02:17, 17 May 2006 (EDT)
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'''Berkeley Software Distribution''' ('''BSD''') is one of the three major derivates of the [[Unix]] [[operating system]] from which many versions have been created such as [[OpenBSD]], [[FreeBSD]], [[NetBSD]], [[Trusted BSD]], and very early versions of [[Sun]]’s [[Solaris]]. BSD was first released in the late 1970s and continues to have a strong following today exhibited in the continued existence of the above versions. The only exception is Sun who switched the design of their operating system over to [[System V]] Release 4.

Latest revision as of 11:08, 17 May 2006

Berkeley Software Distribution (BSD) is one of the three major derivates of the Unix operating system from which many versions have been created such as OpenBSD, FreeBSD, NetBSD, Trusted BSD, and very early versions of Sun’s Solaris. BSD was first released in the late 1970s and continues to have a strong following today exhibited in the continued existence of the above versions. The only exception is Sun who switched the design of their operating system over to System V Release 4.