Domain/OS

apollo

Web site: (not active) Origin: USA Category: Workstation Desktop environment: wgmr Platform: Apollo Based on: UNIX-like Wikipedia: Domain/OS Media: Install The last version | Released: R10.4.1.2 | March 1992 Domain/OS – an Unix-like and Multics*-like the Apollo/DOMAIN operating system produced by Apollo Computer, Inc. (founded in 1980 in Chelmsford, Massachusetts, by William Poduska) from 1980 … Read moreDomain/OS

Sprite

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Web site: ftp.cs.berkeley.edu/ucb/sprite/sprite.html Origin: USA Category: Workstation Desktop environment: CLI Architecture: DECstation, SPARCstation 2 Based on: UNIX Wikipedia: Sprite Media: Install The last version | Released: 1992 Sprite – a research operating system developed at the University of California, Berkeley, by John Ousterhout’s research group. Sprite is a distributed operating system that provides a single … Read moreSprite

Digital UNIX

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Web site: (not active) Origin: USA Category: Server, Workstation Desktop environment: CDE Architecture: Mach Based on: BSD Wikipedia: Media: Install The last version | Released: 5.1 (?) | 2001 (?) Digital UNIX (previously: OSF/1 or DUNIX) – a 64-bit advanced kernel architecture based on Mach V2.5 kernel design with components from Berkeley Software Distribution (BSD) … Read moreDigital UNIX

ULTRIX

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Web site: digital.com/info/SP2640/ (not active) Origin: USA Category: Server, Workstation Desktop environment: X10/X11 Architecture: MIPS, VAX Based on: BSD Wikipedia: ULTRIX Media: Install The last version | Released: 4.5 | December 1995 ULTRIX – an operating system made by DEC (Digital Equipment Corporation), based on the 4.2BSD UNIX operating system with improvements 4.3BSD and System … Read moreULTRIX

mtXinu

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Web site: (not active) Origin: USA Category: Workstation Desktop environment: X11 Architecture: Mach 386 Based on: BSD Wikipedia: mtXinu Media: Install floppy disks The last version | Released: 1991 ? mtXinu (reverse of UNIX TM) – a software company created in 1983, which produced the two operating systems. mtXinu was commercially licensed version of the … Read moremtXinu