Re: now that the Unix vs. unix is unresolved...

Subject: Re: now that the Unix vs. unix is unresolved...
From: Donna Williams <r3592z -at- EMAIL -dot- SPS -dot- MOT -dot- COM>
Date: Tue, 4 May 1999 10:07:59 -0700

I don't know if this helps, but I'm looking at a book titled, "Learning
the UNIX Operation System" and there is consistent use of the word UNIX
(ALL CAPS) throughout the book. I don't know which convention other
publishers use for their UNIX user reference manuals. If there is some
consistency, maybe it would be a good starting point for a "standard."

Donna Williams

Melissa Morgan wrote:
> Reading the UNIX thread prompted me to take a look at some
> of my documentation to see how we use it. I couldn't find any
> instances in the few things I looked at, but I did notice that our
> usage of AS400 and RS6000 is not always consistent between
> documents. Some say AS/400 and RS/6000. Does anyone know
> which is correct?
> In order to keep the thread from clogging the list, feel free to
> send your response off-line, and I will post the results later today.
> Thanks in advance for your responses!
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