Linked by David Adams on Tue 8th Apr 2008 16:33 UTC
BSD and Darwin derivatives "I am very happy about the direction in which the Mac OS X GUI is going, although sadly many Mac users aren't interested in (or don't know about) the "lower levels" of the Macintosh Operating System. Have you ever wondered why the Terminal greets you with the words "Welcome to Darwin"? Why do BSD and Mac OS share certain bits of code? Why does Wikipedia describe Mac OS X as a graphical operating system? Today we're going to take a look at the underlying open source technology which powers your fancy Leopard OS - the hidden core set of components, named Darwin."
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RE[6]: What BSD could have been
by Moulinneuf on Thu 10th Apr 2008 02:02 UTC in reply to "RE[5]: What BSD could have been"
Moulinneuf
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2005-07-06

BSD don't exist its a delusion of mine ... Only someone who is himself extremely delusionnal would say such a thing.

Yet DFBSD, PC-BSD, FreeBSD, NetBSD and OpenBSD exist and you name them because you heards there name ... That's BSD and your contradicting yourself. The BSD in there name should be a big enough clue ...

Your inherently and completely wrong.

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