Open Source OS
Linux Magazine tells us about other open source OS options.
"Sometimes, we get a little full of ourselves in the Linux community. We portray ourselves as the elder statesmen, the users of the oldest open source operating system around. Except, of course, we're not. The oldest open source operating systems are the Berkeley Software Distribution (BSD) operating systems, including FreeBSD, NetBSD, and OpenBSD, the commercial BSD/OS, and Apple's BSD-based MacOS X."
(Submitted by Noel Sun Mar 14, 2004 )
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