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Potabi Technological Developments, LLC (Formerly: The Potabi Foundation) is registered in Colorado Springs, CO. It develops operating systems split between desktop, server and mobile. It is an open-source fork of Unix inspired by (and intended to surpass) the BSD line of systems (though [https://blog.potabi.com/2021/09/potabis-biggest-misconception-it-isnt.html ''it is not BSD'']). It seeks to offer the benefits of a linux-style system.
The Potabi Foundation is a non-profit foundation registered in Colorado Springs, CO.
 
   
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This wiki offers release information, guides and knowledge for system use, and an assortment of pages to help a new user's understanding of where the Foundation is from and the wider market.
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| [https://twitter.com/PotabiSystems @PotabiSystems] || [https://discord.gg/8s8nNwndtF Potabi Foundation]
 
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Latest revision as of 01:06, 11 June 2022

Welcome to the Potabi Wiki!

Potabi Technological Developments, LLC (Formerly: The Potabi Foundation) is registered in Colorado Springs, CO. It develops operating systems split between desktop, server and mobile. It is an open-source fork of Unix inspired by (and intended to surpass) the BSD line of systems (though it is not BSD). It seeks to offer the benefits of a linux-style system.

This wiki offers release information, guides and knowledge for system use, and an assortment of pages to help a new user's understanding of where the Foundation is from and the wider market.