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The ISO 4217 currency code for Bahamas Dollar.

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ISO 4217 code for the Bahamian dollar. Issued in 1966, it is pegged to the U.S. dollar at a 1:1 ratio. This allows the Bahamas to appeal to tourists economically; indeed, many businesses accept both American and Bahamian dollars.
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2), SSH Sentinel, Safenet SoftRemote, Certicom Movian VPN (WinCE/PocketPC), Funk AdmitOne, Linux, FreeBSD, OpenBSD, NetBSD
Currently NetBSD runs on 21 different hardware platforms--everything from standard PCs and Apple's Macintosh to Sony's Playstation 2.
As a platform for advanced processor-based SOC designs, the entire Virtex- II Pro family is the first and only FPGA line fully supported by leading embedded operating systems such as VXWorks, MontaVista Linux, QNX, and NetBSD.
The major versions remaining include SCO UnixWare, HP-UX, IBM AIX, Sun Solaris, SGI Irix, OpenBSD, FreeBSD, NetBSD, MacOS X (Apple's latest OS, which is ultimately based on BSD) and Linux.
Some 90,000 networks worldwide are already protected by Arkeia V5 and the new version of Arkeia Light features support for OpenBSD and NetBSD clients and new Linux distributions including UnitedLinux.
Also, the product is now available on Darwin, FreeBSD, and NetBSD platforms, in addition to Linux, Solaris, and Windows.
New platform support on Darwin, Free BSD, and NetBSD.
BSD (freeBSD, BSDI commercial version, NetBSD, OpenBSD): All of these started with Unix code born at the University of California at Berkeley, but continue to have a difficult command line interface.
4BSD fast file system (FFS) used in the NetBSD, OpenBSD, FreeBSD, and BSDI operating systems [McKusick and Ganger 1999].
Along with release of its new T1+E1 Adapter LMC has announced the availability of driver source code for Linux and several other Open Source operating systems including BSD/OS, FreeBSD, and NetBSD.
Operating on Odyssey Objects: Odyssey is integrated into NetBSD as a new VFS file system [Noble et al.
At that time, Oracle said it was evaluating a number of different operating systems including FreeBSD, NetBSD, Plan9, a version of Solaris and Linux, and that it would pick the one that developers ask for in the final packaged product.