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What is BSD? BSD is Berkely Standard Distribution which was
Berkely University's enhancenments to AT&T Unix. This
distrubution became independent of AT&T after a legal
dispute. This has lead to some commercial distributions of Unix
and BSD and some free versions of BSD.
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and modify both sourcecode and binaries. However, you have to
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