On Wed, 29 Oct 2008, Xin LI wrote:

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> I have read an interesting article titled "Would The Internet Exist
> Without Linux?"
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> http://www.pcmech.com/article/would-...without-linux/
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> Would Linux exist without the Internet?



1969 Bell Labs
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1973 5th
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1976 6th
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1977

BSD 1
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1978 BSD 2
1979 BSD 3
BSD 4.0
1981 BSD 4.1
1982 BSD 4.1a
BSD 2.8
1983 BSD 4.1c
BSD 2.9
1984 BSD 4.2
1986 BSD 4.3
1987 BSD 2.10
1988 BSD 4.3-Tahoe
1989 BSD 2.11
Net 1
BSD 4.3-Reno
Net 2
1992 386BSD
NetBSD 0.8
FreeBSD 1.0
BSDI 1.0
1993.. LINUX
1994 BSD 4.4
BSD 4.4 Lite-1
1995 FreeBSD 2.0
BSD 4.4 Lite-2
BSDI 2.0
Who wants to continue this? This is as far as
Figure 1.1 UnIX system family tree, 1969-1985 (edited for BSD)
Figure 1.2 UNIX system family tree (edited for BSD/Linux) 1986-1996

from "the Design and Implementation of the 4.4 BSD Operating System"
by Marshall Kirk McKusick, Keith Bostic, Michael J. Karels, and John
Quarterman, Addison Wesley Boston San Francisco etc. ISBN 0201549794
pp 5-6 goes.

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