Berkeley Timesharing System

The Berkeley Timesharing System was a pioneering time-sharing operating system implemented between 1964 and 1967 at the University of California, Berkeley. It was designed as part of Project Genie and marketed by Scientific Data Systems for the SDS 940 computer system. It was the first commercial time-sharing which allowed general-purpose user programming, including machine language.

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... A few pioneering systems such as the Atlas Supervisor at the University of Manchester, Compatible Time-Sharing System at MIT, and the Dartmouth Time Sharing ... with the arrival of the SDS 930 which was modified slightly, and an operating system was written from scratch ... Students who worked on the Berkeley Timesharing System included sophomore L ...

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