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|Company / developer||Olivetti|
|OS family||Unix, BSD|
X/OS was an Unix from the computer manufacturer Olivetti. It was based on 4.2BSD with some UNIX System V support. It ran on their LSX line of computers, which was based on the Motorola 68000-series CPUs.
Proprietary system was never disclosed, neither after Olivetti's 1997+ crash
Adding a second hard disk on the same controller created a crash, thus technicians formatted the second disk only with a third disk on a second controller card destinated to be disconnected after the work
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