Klara Systems takes us back to the early days of Berkeley Software Distribution systems, and its notable ancestor UNIX. Check out the first part of their FreeBSD History series at the link below.

FreeBSD, a free and open-source Unix-like operating system has been around since 1993. However, its origins are directly linked to that of BSD, and further back, those of Unix. During this History of FreeBSD series, we will talk about how Unix came to be, and how Berkeley’s Unix developed at Bell Labs.

Before FreeBSD, there was Unix

The story of Unix starts back in the mid-1960s with Multics.  MIT, AT&T Bell Labs, and GE started jointly developing Multics as an experimental operating system for the GE-645 mainframe.  …..

History of FreeBSD – Part 1: Unix and BSD