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The BSD (Berkeley Software Distribution) is a UNIX operating system developed by University of California at Berkeley during the 70s and 80s.

The Berkeley Software Distribution, usually known as BSD, is a UNIX operating system developed by University of California at Berkeley during the 1970s and 1980s. It lives on in several projects: the “big three” , , , as well as others such as , , …

Unless your question is about historic systems or about features shared by all BSDs, you should tag it with the proper specific tag (, …) instead of .

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