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Old 11-11-2009
Unix History

Hi everybody Im Megadrink!!!

This is my first thred.

Ive recently been introduced to Unix and i was interested in Unix's History. Can anyone give me a breif History On Unix. Just when it was invented/released. Maybe someother cool things about it.

Thx for the information in advance!! Smilie
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Old 11-11-2009
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Old 11-11-2009
Ye-arh! Its not breif enough. I had already been to that link and thank you. Smilie

But i was hoping you smarter Unix people would know a quick summary on Unix's history. Smilie

Thx again

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