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Subject:Re: UNIX or Unix? From:Miguel Bamberger <sasmb -at- UNX -dot- SAS -dot- COM> Date:Tue, 31 Oct 1995 07:52:07 CST
> Our Technical Documentation department is having an argument about
> which word we should use -- "Unix" or "UNIX" -- to refer to the
> operating system.
Should be UNIX. That's its legal name.
It's a registered trademark; however, you do not need a R symbol as long
as you have
> "All other product names and service names referenced herein are
> trademarks or servicemarks of their respective companies."
That's was the advice of our legal department.
Miguel Bamberger | A sweater is a garment worn by a child when his mother
Technical Publications | feels chilly.
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