BSD Unix and Berkeley Unix

BSD Unix and Berkeley Unix

Post by Susie Wan » Fri, 29 Mar 2002 12:08:14



Hi all,
Could you tell me what's kind of unix version at this world? and what's the
difference between Berkeley Unix and BSD unix?
And AIX unix is belong to which unix?
Thank you very much.
 
 
 

BSD Unix and Berkeley Unix

Post by Erik Hei » Fri, 29 Mar 2002 21:34:09


BSd and Berkeley Unix are the same, just that BSd jsut is an acrynym for
Berkely System Distribution.  Hope this helps.

Quote:> Hi all,
> Could you tell me what's kind of unix version at this world? and what's
the
> difference between Berkeley Unix and BSD unix?
> And AIX unix is belong to which unix?
> Thank you very much.


 
 
 

BSD Unix and Berkeley Unix

Post by Lucky Leavel » Sat, 30 Mar 2002 22:57:04


I am not sure this is what you are looking for, but Appendix A of the
System Management Concepts: Operating System and Devices, entitled
AIX for BSD System Managers may be of some help. (This is in the AIX 4.3.3
docs; I am not sure about other versions of AIX.)

Thank you,
Lucky

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BSD Unix and Berkeley Unix

Post by Chris Co » Thu, 04 Apr 2002 08:39:17



> Hi all,
> Could you tell me what's kind of unix version at this world? and what's the
> difference between Berkeley Unix and BSD unix?
> And AIX unix is belong to which unix?
> Thank you very much.

AIX is a System V.2 derivative.  Like most commercial UNIX, the bsd
stuff (like sockets) was tacked on (and of course IBM modified
things quite a bit).