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Re: [OT]What is Dynix

On a very good article concerning RCU (the code that SCO
pretends is his property even if they have nothing to do with it)
   http://lwn.net/Articles/36164/ (you have to be subscribed to lwn or
wait a few days)
Jonathan corbet provides this url to an archived version of the
sequent.com website (including DYNIX info):

If you are interested by the technical side of the SCO shameful
allegation, you should subscribe to lwn.net.


On Tue, Jun 17, 2003 at 05:50:29PM +0300, Aryan Ameri wrote:
> Hi there:
> in the article:
> http://news.com.com/2100-1016_3-1017719.html
> they mention Dynix:
> "Specifically, Sontag said IBM moved technology to Linux from AIX and 
> another version of Unix called Dynix that IBM acquired when it bought 
> Sequent. "
> I have been trying really hard, to learn as much as possible about 
> different Unix variants, but to date, I have never heard of a Unix 
> called Dynix. Can anyone tell me what kind of OS it is/was ? 
> Cheers
> -- 
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> right thing; - after they've tried everything else.
>  			 Winston Churchill */
> Aryan Ameri
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