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Jan Srzednicki - What ideas can FreeBSD borrow from AIX?

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Uploaded on Aug 18, 2010

Abstract: AIX is IBM's own proprietary UNIX-like operating system. But while it has many advanced features, it appears to be relatively unknown to the wider community, due to both the closed source nature and its requirement to run on proprietary hardware as well. This lecture intends to introduce some of the ideas and concepts present in AIX, that the author considers worthy to be introduced into the BSD world.

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