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- 2.9BSD - For PDP-11s, a full release from CSRG (prior releases were patches)
- 2.11BSD - A still-maintained version
- 3.0 BSD - A VAX version derived from Unix/32V, including a real virtual memory system
- 4.0 BSD - A vastly improved 3.0
- 4.1 BSD - These were mostly betas testing new file systems & the TCP/IP protocol.
- 4.1a BSD - This included BBN's TCP/IP software
- 4.1b BSD - This version introduced the FFS file system.
- 4.1c BSD - A beta of 4.2, and I think the first version of BSD sockets?
- 4.2 BSD - The first shipping version of BSD with TCP/IP, FFS & termcap for the VAX.
- 4.3 BSD - A version of pre-POSIX BSD, for the VAX.
- 4.4 BSD - Did this version ever ship?
- Net/1 - The TCP/IP source, and other programs free of the AT&T copyrite
- Net/2 - Almost an entire release of all the source. This was the contention in the AT&T vs CSRG lawsuit.
- 4.4 BSD Lite - This was the result of the aformentioned lawsuit. This was 'lite' in that it removed the offending 6 files.
- 4.4 BSD Lite2 - the last release?
- Proposal for enhancement of UNIX on the VAX - Berkeley's proposal to DARPA that led to 4.0 and its successors
- An architecture for Interprocess Communication in UNIX
- Design and Implementation of the Berkeley Virtual Memory Extensions to the UNIX Operating System - PDF, not a scan
- Data Structures Added in the Berkeley Virtual Memory Extensions to the UNIX Operating System - ditto
- Twenty Years of Berkeley Unix: From AT&T-Owned to Freely Redistributable - a crisp, clear history of the BSD effort
- bsd family tree
- The Daemon, the GNU and the Penguin: Chapter 7 - BSD and the CSRG
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