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Long before the MacOS X days, Apple Macintosh systems had been able to run Unix-like operating systems. Apple even had its own `A/UX' flavour, and the last 68000 models have seen some design flaws (from an Unix point of view, not from a MacOS point of view) fixed, so that they could run Unix decently without losing time.


In memoriam: gone from the machineroom, but not forgotten.