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NetBSD

(operating system)
An open source Unix clone that aims for platform independance by a clean separation between the hardware and the the kernel. It has been ported to many platforms from embedded systems to 64-bit computers.

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1 is available for Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, FreeBSD, NetBSD and OpenBSD, all with the same codebase, whereas MS Office is available for Windows and Mac OS X, that too with different codebases that lead to compatibility issues, along with factors like the OS X MS Office version not having MS Access.
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La licencia BSD, empleada en sistemas operativos diferentes a Linux, especialmente NetBSD y FreeBSD.
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Supports any Linux distribution on architectures including Intel x86-32, Intel x86-64, Itanium-2, Power PC, and zSeries as well as FreeBSD, NetBSD and OpenBSD
NetBSD and OpenBSD can now be run in a virtual machine as a guest OS
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BSDs (FreeBSD, NetBSD, OpenBSD) have had support for most adapters since late 1998.
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