Berkeley Software Distribution


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Berkeley Software Distribution

A computer operating system that was used between 1977 and 1995. Berkeley Software Distribution was based on and was considered a subset of UNIX.
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The researchers emphasized that any software and applications emerging from the RAD Lab will be made freely and openly available to the public, with source code distributed using the Berkeley Software Distribution (BSD) license.
Specializing in products based on the Berkeley Software Distribution (BSD) open and commercial versions of UNIX, Cylogistics represents the most comprehensive portfolio of BSD-based application software and hardware.
FreeBSD is distributed under the Berkeley Software Distribution license, which means that it can be freely copied, modified and redistributed.
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