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BSD Unix

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BSD Unix

(Berkeley Software Distribution Unix) The name of the BSD operating system releases when it contained the original AT&T Unix code. In the mid-1990s, the AT&T code was removed, and the OS was officially known as BSD. See BSD.
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"The Mac OS X, which is very close to BSD UNIX, is a fine server to run LISTSERV on," added DiCamillo, a Macintosh developer with two decades of experience who has managed LISTSERV for the university through its transition from BITNET to IBM VM to UNIX (Solaris).
The fact that UNIX, in particular BSD UNIX, has many security flaws has been generally well known, as indeed are the potential dangers of viruses and worms in general.
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