Re: No G or K in... was Re: Debian parody
> I say it again - there is no Operating System with a G or a K in the name.
On the off chance you aren't actually trolling:
G: The commercial Unix implementation for Alpha workstations was
called Di*g*ital Unix at one point in its history (between being known
as OSF/1 and being known as Tru64 Unix); there was also a manufacturer
called Data General whose OS was called DG/UX.
K: There's the BerKeley Standard Distribution and all its variants,
though BSD is rarely actually spelled out. I can't think of much else
Aaron M. Ucko, KB1CJC (amu at alum.mit.edu, ucko at debian.org)
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