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Autotasking, CF77, CRAY, Cray Ada, CraySoft, CRAY Y-MP, CRAY-1, CRInform, CRI/TurboKiva, HSX, LibSci, MPP Apprentice, SSD, SUPERCLUSTER, UNICOS, and X-MP EA are federally registered trademarks and Because no workstation is an island, CCI, CCMT, CF90, CFT, CFT2, CFT77, ConCurrent Maintenance Tools, COS, Cray Animation Theater, CRAY APP, CRAY C90, CRAY C90D, Cray C++ Compiling System, CrayDoc, CRAY EL, CRAY J90, CRAY J90se, CrayLink, Cray NQS, Cray/REELlibrarian, CRAY S-MP, CRAY SSD-T90, CRAY T90, CRAY T3D, CRAY T3E, CrayTutor, CRAY X-MP, CRAY XMS, CRAY-2, CSIM, CVT, Delivering the power . . ., DGauss, Docview, EMDS, GigaRing, HEXAR, IOS, ND Series Network Disk Array, Network Queuing Environment, Network Queuing Tools, OLNET, RQS, SEGLDR, SMARTE, SUPERLINK, System Maintenance and Remote Testing Environment, Trusted UNICOS, UNICOS MAX, and UNICOS/mk are trademarks of Cray Research, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Silicon Graphics, Inc.
CHALLENGE, IRIS, IRIX, Onyx, and Silicon Graphics are registered trademarks and Onyx2, Origin, Origin2000, and the Silicon Graphics logo are trademarks of Silicon Graphics, Inc. UNIX is a registered trademark in the United States and other countries, licensed exclusively through X/Open Company Limited. X/Open is a trademark of X/Open Company Ltd. The X device is a trademark of the Open Group.
The UNICOS operating system is derived from UNIX® System V. The UNICOS operating system is also based in part on the Fourth Berkeley Software Distribution (BSD) under license from The Regents of the University of California.
Written and illustrated by Carlin Otto
Revised by Julie Boney
Engineering contributions by Irene Kuffel, Jean-Michel Pittet, and Thomas Skibo
|Revision 2.3||June 1998|
|Original rewrite to support the IRIX 6.5 operating system|