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Subject:Re: UNIX vs. Unix -Reply From:John Posada <jposada01 -at- YAHOO -dot- COM> Date:Mon, 3 May 1999 11:29:56 -0700
> I suspect 'Unix' might be used when one is talking
> about the generic 'all
> the various types and flavors of the Bellcore
> derived OS' (e.g., BSD), and
Bell Labs, not Bellcore. Two different organizations.
Bell Labs (since then being renamed Lucent) was the
R&D arm of AT&T.
Bellcore (since then being renamed Telcordium) was the
R&D arm of the seven spun off Baby Bells (RBOCs).
> the term UNIX is a mark of the product owned by
It's not owned by by Novell anymore, either. :-) (Open
<something> Consortium or something like that.)
Kinda need a scorecard, no?
> like kleenex and Kleenex. dobro or Dobro(R).
> i'm going with UNIX because we have solaris machines
> thanks for your expertise!
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