System V

1. The other major versions of the Unix operating system apart from BSD.

Developed by AT&T.

Later versions of Unix such as SunOS combined the best features of System V and BSD Unix.



2. A supplier of Unix open systems for Intel x86 processors.

They supply products from SCO and Solaris and offer general support for Unix, TCP/IP, and Internet. They serve and create third-party WWW pages and provide on-line support for commercial and non-commercial applications.


See also System V Interface Definition.

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