What makes one environment be more UNIX then the other?
Most free Operating Systems have a lot of GNU tools running.
Are these less UNIX tools then the original AT&T code?
Previous messages on the thread seem to indicate that Linux is not so much UNIX. Most packages are available for both Linux and BSD flavours. Is Linux less UNIX because it has a different kernel and a different binary format? What about MacOSX then? It is based on FreeBSD and still has a different kernel and binary format.
I'm also uncertain as to what "technically UNIX" might mean? Is there also something that is "non-technically" UNIX? What can that be?
Isn't it more reasonable to separate systems based on POSIX-compliance instead of using UNIX as buzz-word and going into endless debates on which one is the "real" UNIX?
And by the way, OpenBSD hasn't been mentioned so far. That's my choice for the "real" UNIX: you need technical expertise even to understand the README file :-)
Just my opinion.
Xen in Hardy