HP-UX was initially developed for the Processeur S PA-RISC (32 and 64 bits), conceived by HP. It is from now on also available for the processors Itanium 2, jointly designed by HP and Intel.
HP-UX has an interface pseudo-graph of named administration “Sam”. The software is distributed in the form of parcellings called “deposits”. HP-UX uses XFree86, the environment of office CDE and many Free software, of which the Free software Bastille to which HP contributes (at the origin developed for Red-Hat Linux).
The last version, published in February 2007, is the 11i v3 (also known under the name of 11.31). Like the previous model, this version supports the processors PA-RISC and Itanium. The new version introduces NFSv4 and the support hyperthreading for the Itanium processors.
History of the versions
- Official site
- Deposits for HP-UX
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