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tutorials:node4.html [2011/04/30 19:36]
georg [3.2.1 My Opinion]
tutorials:node4.html [2011/04/30 20:53]
georg [3.1 Short Answer]
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 The short answer is <​nowiki>"</​nowiki>​Unix is an operating system<​nowiki>"</​nowiki>​. So is Gnu/Linux, which is often just called Linux. So are HP/UX, AIX, NeXT STEP (now called Apple Macintosh OS 10), & Microthought Winders (often called many uncomplimentary things). The short answer is <​nowiki>"</​nowiki>​Unix is an operating system<​nowiki>"</​nowiki>​. So is Gnu/Linux, which is often just called Linux. So are HP/UX, AIX, NeXT STEP (now called Apple Macintosh OS 10), & Microthought Winders (often called many uncomplimentary things).
  
-If this short answer is enough for you, congratulations on knowing the value of keeping things simple. Now skip ahead to Chapter 4 ``Some Basic Commands''​.+If this short answer is enough for you, congratulations on knowing the value of keeping things simple. Now skip ahead to Chapter 4 <​nowiki>"</​nowiki>​Some Basic Commands<​nowiki>"</​nowiki>​.
  
 ===== 3.2 Long Answer ===== ===== 3.2 Long Answer =====
  
-The long answer is ``It depends on who you ask''​.+The long answer is <​nowiki>"</​nowiki>​It depends on who you ask<​nowiki>"</​nowiki>​.
  
 ==== 3.2.1 My Opinion ​ ==== ==== 3.2.1 My Opinion ​ ====
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 So somewhat out of contempt for our legal system'​s petty concerns for terminology,​ I say it's all <​nowiki>"</​nowiki>​unix<​nowiki>"</​nowiki>​. There you have it, in more detail & controversy than anyone with a sense of perspective would ever want.  So somewhat out of contempt for our legal system'​s petty concerns for terminology,​ I say it's all <​nowiki>"</​nowiki>​unix<​nowiki>"</​nowiki>​. There you have it, in more detail & controversy than anyone with a sense of perspective would ever want. 
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