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someone says that the IBM AIX4.3 is UNIX BOX, but others not. What is "UNIX BOX"?
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UNIX BOX means that a computer has the UNIX operating system install, it refer to any UNIX favour of UNIX (eg, Solaris,AIX,SCO,BSD,HP-UX, ......etc)
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