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Subject:Re: UNIX vs. Unix From:"Campbell, Art" <artc -at- NORTHCHURCH -dot- NET> Date:Mon, 3 May 1999 13:20:30 -0400
Both Webster's Computer Terms and Newton's Telecom dictionaries list it as
In Bellcore's Catalog of Technical Information, it's upper case (only) and
listed as a trademark owned by Novell.
At the (late) UNIX World magazine, it was always upper.
And in docs I've copy edited, I've always marked the lower case flavor as a
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From: rutherford b. martin [mailto:onefourfive -at- HOTMAIL -dot- COM]
Sent: Monday, May 03, 1999 1:23 PM
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Subject: UNIX vs. Unix
is it ever permissible to use 'Unix', or must it always be 'UNIX'?
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