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comp.sys.3b1 FAQ part1
Section - 1.2. What is the operating system? Its origins?

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	The operating system is based on UNIX System V Release 2, with
extensions from BSD 4.1, BSD 4.2, System V Release 3 and Convergent
Technologies.  The most recent version is 3.51, with a 3.51m FIXDISK
(2.0) available.  The FIXDISK was available from AT&T directly, but is
now only available on the OSU Archives as FIXDISK2.0+IN.

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