Unix versions

Posted on 2000-03-27
Last Modified: 2013-12-27
I need a constantly updated webpage (no newsgroup) where all (current) unix systems (HP, Solaris <-> SunOS, Aix, Sinix, Irix,...) are liested and the current (expired) versions are listed.

Question by:hitzeu
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ID: 2660395 is a good place to start;  It it doesn't have exactly what you need, it also provides links to other webring Unix resources.
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tfewster earned 50 total points
ID: 2683502
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hitzeu, I'm locking this to stop anyone else grabbing it without adding anything useful as has happened several times recently; If any comments are added that you (or I) think are better, this answer can always be rejected & the comment accepted in it's place.
Regards, Tim

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ID: 2683517
Thanks :-)
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ID: 2683546
Did you find what you needed at Unix Guru Universe?

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ID: 2683552
It's quite good....what I wanted is a constantly updated page with a version  overview like

Aix: 4.3.3 4.3.4
HPUX: 10.20, 11.00 etc...


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