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Michael Mahoney Unix Interviews


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  • lock Unix_An_Oral_History.pdf: Unix: An Oral History. This document contains the most complete version of the Unix Oral History Project report. It is comprised of excerpts from the interviews below, and from a few interviews not listed here, which are arranged into a continuous narrative. It is missing an introduction.

  • lock MahoneyUnixOH.pdf: In this document, Michael Mahoney arranged excerpts from his interviews with Ken Thompson, Dennis Ritchie, Doug McIlroy, Joe Condon, Brian Kernighan, and Sandy Fraser into a brief, continuous paper on the history of Unix.

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