Livermore Time Sharing System

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The Livermore Time Sharing System (LTSS) was a supercomputer operating system originally developed by the Lawrence Livermore Laboratories for the CDC 7600 series of supercomputers.[1]

LTSS resulted in the Cray Time Sharing System and then the Network Livermore Timesharing System (NLTSS).[2]

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  1. ^ Frontiers of supercomputing 1986 by Nicholas Metropolis ISBN 0-520-05190-4 page 250 [1]
  2. ^ Virtualization with Xen by David E. Williams 2007 ISBN 1-59749-167-5 page 5 [2]