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    Where is BSD?


    I hear a lot about FreeBSD and I am wanting to look into getting FreeBSD or another *BSD. Where can I find a place to get FreeBSD?
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    ok, then where can I find UNIX?
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    yes... sorry if I sounded rude but I did find FreeBSD and I should of known better.

    I just found OpenUNIX at http://www.sco.com/ and I have ordered it.
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    muzzy, please use the google.com and you will find what you are looking for in no time.
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    I'm sorry, but openunix is one of the worst around (look at www.dhbrown.com ).
    If you are starting from zero you could try Sun Solaris, which is the highest rated, available for Sparc and x86, and has a free download for non commercial use (it has also Gnome).
    About being rude ... it's ok but remember that anyone out here is helping voluntarily and so we should all be kind, try on our own and then post.
    Cheers
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    Unix does not "exist"
    <chuckles imagining the non-existent "UNIX" floating around in the non-existent ether(net) cloud>
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