Operating systems with a common ancestors at Bell Labs

UNIX

Unix operating systems are a family of software with a common philosophical ancestor. They evolved from the Bell Labs original project. The variety of Unix-like or make it difficult to point to a champion of the contemporary UNIX, but the most popular kernel is Linux.

Personal Practices

I try to have the cleanest system that I can manage. So most of non-essential packages are uninstalled from the host OS and I try to use virtual machines as much as I can. Web browsers are an exception to this rule.

$ tree
.
├── .config	# installed config files
├── bin
├── etc		# tracked config files
├── ROM.txt	# scratchpad
├── src
│  ├── own
│  └── someone
├── tmp		# downloads and whatnot, wiped weekly
├── usr
│  ├── design
│  │  ├── books
│  │  ├── assets
│  │  └── 
│  ├── doc
│  │  ├── books
│  │  └── papers
│  ├── koikoi
│  ├── music
│  ├── pic
│  ├── photography
│  └── video
└── var		# usually cache files or files that I do not need directly
   ├── mails
   ├── shells
   ├── templates
   └── ...

Child Documents

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