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Several classic Unix papers dating back to 1973. Most reports are Gzipped PostScript, some are in PDF.
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Random Site Quote: selected technical reports The Computing Science Technical Reports listed here are `selected' not so much for special merit, but because they happened to be available in machine readable format. Some of the reports below are superseded by published papers or books; some of those not appearing
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The full source archives of the University of California at Berkeley's Computer Systems Research Group, for sale on a 4-CD set.
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Random Site Quote: Click on either of the above pictures to view larger versions. In an article on August 14, 2006, Charles Babcock of InformationWeek concludes ``The single Greatest Piece of Software Ever, with the broadest impact on the world, was BSD 4.3. Other Unixes were bigger commercial successes. But as
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Various drawings, pictures, and information on the red devil BSD mascot.
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Random Site Quote: History of the BSD Daemon The official home of the BSD Daemon. All drawings and images in this set of web-pages are Marshall Kirk McKusick, except as otherwise specified herein. Many folks have asked about the BSD daemon's name. Contrary to a myth first started by some advertising droid at
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Random Site Quote: The Evolution of the Unix Time-sharing System* Bell Laboratories, Murray Hill, NJ, 07974 This paper presents a brief history of the early development of the Unix operating It concentrates on the evolution of the file system, the process-control mechanism, and the idea of pipelined commands.
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Several historic technical reports, anecdotes, and stories from one of the fathers of Unix.
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Random Site Quote: Murray Hill, New Jersey 07974-0636, USA +1 908-582-3770 (office) , +1 908-582-5857 (fax) For many years, I worked in the of Bell Labs. On October 2005, a reorganization redistributed this group, and I'm now with the center called by the slightly ungainly name of Convergence, Software and
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History paper detailing the people and places involved in developing Unix.
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Random Site Quote: It just, like, showed up in my mailbox, and it had CrackMonkey And that stuff's tough to scrape off, let me tell you. Crackmonkey logo Copyright © Rev. Patty Morin, CrankMonkey The other night I arrived early at the San Francisco Brewing Company in anticipation of the San Francisco
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Archives at Bell Labs of the 1979 manual. Troff source and formatted Gzipped PostScript/PDF versions.
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Random Site Quote: Unix Seventh Edition Manual This page points to the source for the documents that came with the Seventh Edition release of the Unix operating system from (then) Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. The files are those that were shipped on the distribution tapes. The printed version came
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Mailing list and archives. Includes early Unix source code, from 1973 through the 1990s.
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Random Site Quote: The Unix Heritage Society
The Unix Heritage Society The Unix Heritage Society's aims include: The preservation and maintenance of historical and non-mainstream The further development of existing UNIX systems; and The continual fostering of the Unix community spirit. UNIX is a trademark of X/OPEN via a web interface at

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Ritchie and Thompson's famous Communications of the ACM paper from 1974. An authoritative and technical overview of the operating system.
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Random Site Quote: D. M. Ritchie and K. Thompson is a general-purpose, multi-user, interactive operating system for the larger Digital Equipment Corporation the Interdata 8/32 computers. It offers a number of features seldom found even in larger operating A hierarchical file system incorporating Compatible
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Lengthy encyclopedia-quality article from Bell Labs, covering the early days to the present versions.
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Random Site Quote: The Creation of the UNIX * Operating System After three decades of use, the computer operating system from Bell Labs is still regarded as one of the most powerful, versatile, and flexible operating systems (OS) in the computer world. Its popularity is due to many factors, including its ability
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