On 17 Jul 2006, at 17:34 , Dallman Ross wrote:
Your shorthand description of the situation with regard to
Unix simply cannot be correct. That's why I asked you to
explain -- but your explanation doesn't help. :-)
"The present owner of the UNIX trademark is The Open Group, while the
present claimants on the rights to the UNIX source code are SCO Group
and Novell (an issue that is currently being decided in court). Only
systems fully compliant with and certified to the Single UNIX
Specification qualify as "UNIX" (others are called "UNIX system-like"
So, it's either UNIX (owned by TOG) or "Unix/unix" generic unix-alike
variants like OS X, Solaris, GNU/Linux, etc.
"Whose motorcycle is this?" "It's a chopper, baby."
"Whose chopper is this?" "It's Zed's."
"Who's Zed?" "Zed's dead, baby. Zed's dead."
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