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From: p...@pjh.jvnc.net (Pete Holsberg)
Subject: Is Linux Like System V or BSD?
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Before I switch to Linux and start writing programs, I need to know if the 
Linux kernel and library resources mimic SV or BSD or ???

Also, what shells come with Linux?

Thanks,
Pete

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From: wirze...@kruuna.Helsinki.FI (Lars Wirzenius)
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Subject: Re: Is Linux Like System V or BSD?
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p...@pjh.jvnc.net (Pete Holsberg) writes:
> Before I switch to Linux and start writing programs, I need to know if the 
> Linux kernel and library resources mimic SV or BSD or ???

Both, actually, but primarily POSIX, which means that many things are
SystemVish.  There is enough BSD that it isn't too far from BSD either.
Some programs port better if you configure them for SysV, some if you
configure them for BSD.

> Also, what shells come with Linux?

Anything that has sources freely available. :-)

Bash, ash, zsh, tcsh, ksh, and rc are the ones I can think of at once.
I've only used bash and rc, myself.

BTW, comp.os.linux is being replaced by a hierarchy of newsgroups;
I've crossposted and redirected followups to comp.os.linux.help,
the new newsgroup that is most suitable for your question.

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