[rescue] OS X is certified UNIX
Micah R Ledbetter
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Wed Jun 13 23:48:06 CDT 2007
On Jun 13, 2007, at 16:04, Lionel Peterson wrote:
> POSIX was a target for Gov't applications, IIRC - so they could, if
> desired, transfer an application from an HP-UX platform to a MS
> platform, or vice versa, but of course, the API was (probably) so
> limited, that it was actually too constrained to support a "real"
> production system...
I was just reading this article on the history of the "POSIX
checkbox" (so-called by the article).
> The Unix "Support"is now included in Windows Server 2003 R2 - it is
> not the Interix bolt-on... They have "embraced" Unix support, to
> allow you to use a Windows 2003 R2 server in a heterogenous
SUA is also included in Vista Ultimate and Enterprise. Of course,
they don't include things like Server for NFS. Because - don't be
unreasonable here - if you want to remotely mount your disks, you
should have to buy Windows Server.
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