UNIX


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Unix

or UNIX  (yo͞o′nĭks)
A trademark for a computer operating system that allows multiple simultaneous users.

UNIX

(ˈjuːnɪks)
n
(Computer Science) a multi-user multitasking operating system found on many types of computer

UNIX

(ˈyu nɪks)
Trademark. a multiuser, multitasking computer operating system.
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Noun1.UNIX - trademark for a powerful operating system
operating system, OS - (computer science) software that controls the execution of computer programs and may provide various services
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Solutions like Data|WARE Workstation for the UNIX environment--working with the robust features of the MULTI Drive--provide a non-changing, reliable archiving media needed to meet obligations for critical information and deliver higher performance than ever before.
Windows Services for UNIX is Microsoft's latest suite of platform interoperability solutions, including Telnet, NFS, and NIS Administration.
X-Win32 LX addresses the enterprise's need for a graphical user interface to display UNIX applications that have been ported to run locally on Windows desktops.
Both the Common UNIX Printing System and PDQ allow MINOLTA-QMS to enable device-specific features, such as paper input trays or duplex printing options, by providing PostScript Printer Description (PPD) files to the CUPS or PDQ environments.
The validation efforts signal that Caldera can support customers running Oracle, and Oracle can support customers running on Open UNIX 8, worldwide.
1 UNIX server revenue market share position, growing two market share points sequentially.
Caldera's release of these products demonstrates our desire to lift the strengths of Linux and incorporate them with the many well-known strengths of UNIX," said Ransom Love, chief executive officer of Caldera.
By implementing single sign-on between the UNIX and Windows environments, customers can use their Active Directory password for access to both environments, substantially reducing helpdesk costs and increasing end-user productivity.
2 for UNIX supports new platforms including Sun Microsystems' Solaris(TM) SPARC 9, Hewlett-Packard's HP-UX(R) 11i, and IBM's AIX(R) 5.
Founded in 1999, Codehost has emerged as the leader in Linux and UNIX software development for leading manufacturers of printers and multi-function devices.
0, security software that enhances native UNIX authorization by providing selective delegation of UNIX administrative privileges for trusted users without providing full root access, thereby reducing the risk of accidental damage or malicious activity.
Microsoft's new initiative is aimed at assisting customers with the migration of UNIX applications to the Windows platform, giving them a lower total cost of ownership and the flexibility of an industry-standard operating system.