Difference between revisions of "Unix"

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Richard Stallman created a set of programs and libraries called GUN in 1983, but also created the idea of Free Software which later gave inspiration to Open Software via the GNU licence.
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Linux, which is from a guy named Linux Torvalds in Finland 1991. 🐧
 
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* Start w/ History of Unix...
 
* Start w/ History of Unix...
 
   - Unix started a Bell Labs, the US, in 1960s
 
   - Unix started a Bell Labs, the US, in 1960s

Revision as of 07:58, 17 September 2017

Unix was created in the 1960s at Bell Laboratories in New Jersey.

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Mac OS X, which based on BSD which is from Berkley, CA 1977. 😈

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Richard Stallman created a set of programs and libraries called GUN in 1983, but also created the idea of Free Software which later gave inspiration to Open Software via the GNU licence.

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Linux, which is from a guy named Linux Torvalds in Finland 1991. 🐧

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  • Start w/ History of Unix...
 - Unix started a Bell Labs, the US, in 1960s
 - Mac OS X, which based on BSD which is from Berkley, CA 1977
 - Linux, which is from a guy named Linux Torvalds in Finland 1991
 - but...what made BSD possible and Linux possible, was the work of Richard Staltzman at MIT who create a set of programs and libraries called GNU. 1983
 - but more importantly Staltzman introduce the idea of free and open software, GNU licience
 - this is contrary to the idea of propriatiary software like adobe design software, which you can not read or change the source code.
  • Most all software today still uses at least pieces of these early libraries and programs, but today wil will investigate them on a much lower level, and for fun in the context of emoji.
 - There is a window into this lower level of software via a program called the Terminal on most computers.
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