James wrote:It's a Unix Operating System... Berkley Software Distribution.
Is that "Berkley" or Berkeley
as in UC Berkerley
, Lawrence Berkeley
Open Infrastructure for Network Computing?http://www.freebsdfoundation.org/documents/Guidelines.shtml
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