<operating system> (Or "jolix /joh'liks/) A free software port originally
derived from the generally available parts of the "Berkeley Net Release/2" to
the Intel i386 architecture by William Jolitz and friends. The name Jolix is
used to differentiate it from BSDI's port based on the same source tape, which
is called BSD/386.
Many new and innovative features were added to 386BSD following its original
release in June 1992. An unofficial patchkit, available from many anonymous FTP
archives, solves many of the problems associated with 386BSD Version 0.1. In
addition, many common Unix packages have been ported.
386BSD has been superseded by FreeBSD, NetBSD and OpenBSD.
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