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The Unix Heritage Society
"The Unix Heritage Society's aims include:
The preservation and maintenance of historical and non-mainstream UNIX systems;
The further development of existing UNIX systems; and
The continual fostering of the Unix community spirit."
Browse original UNIX manpages, or look at old UNIX source code.
Added: Wed Jun 11 2003; URL: http://www.tuhs.org/;
id = 43
The Creation of the UNIX Operating System
An educational site by Bell Labs (Lucent Technologies), home of the original
UNIX. Includes history, an overview of UNIX concepts, and bios of Dennis
Ritchie and Ken Thompson.
Added: Wed Jun 26 2002; URL: http://www.bell-labs.com/history/unix/;
id = 8
Unixica: a Tribute to Unix People and Culture
Unixica is dedicated to Unix, Unix people, and Unix culture.
The focus is on the main development in Bell Labs and Berkeley,
which introduced a unique fresh and pure view to software engineering,
from concept to design and to implementation:
Writing neat code with elegant design to create software tools.
Added: Mon Jan 27 2003; URL: http://www.unixica.com/;
id = 38
ESR's Art of Unix Programming
A book in progress by Eric S. Raymond:
This book will attempt to capture the engineering wisdom and philosophy of the Unix community as it's applied today. (...)
[It] doesn't focus so much on "what" as on "why", showing the connection between Unix philosophy and practice through case studies in widely available open-source software.
Added: Mon Feb 17 2003; URL: http://www.catb.org/~esr/writings/taoup/html/index.html;
id = 39
Online Unix magazine
Helpful articles for Unix admins & developers. Includes sections such as: "Regular Expressions" (on scripting languages), "Shell Corner" (shell scripting tips), "Tool of the Month" (software tools reviews), etc.
Added: Wed Jun 26 2002; URL: http://www.unixreview.com/;
id = 5
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