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 **Release Date:** November 1971\\ **Release Date:** November 1971\\
 **Released By:** Bell Labs Research\\ **Released By:** Bell Labs Research\\
-**Source Code: ** [[http://​www.tuhs.org/​Archive/PDP-11/​Distributions/​research/​Dennis_v1/​svntree-20081216.tar.gz|svntree-20081216.tar.gz]] in the [[http://​www.tuhs.org/​Archive/PDP-11/​Distributions/​research/​Dennis_v1/​|Unix Archive]], browsable in the [[http://​minnie.tuhs.org/​cgi-bin/​utree.pl?​file=V1|Unix Tree]]\\ +**Source Code: ** [[http://​www.tuhs.org/​Archive/​Distributions/​Research/​Dennis_v1/​svntree-20081216.tar.gz|svntree-20081216.tar.gz]] in the [[http://​www.tuhs.org/​Archive/​Distributions/​Research/​Dennis_v1/​|Unix Archive]], browsable in the [[http://​minnie.tuhs.org/​cgi-bin/​utree.pl?​file=V1|Unix Tree]]\\ 
-**Documentation:​ ** [[http://​www.tuhs.org/​Archive/PDP-11/​Distributions/​research/​Dennis_v1/​UNIX_ProgrammersManual_Nov71.pdf|1st Edition man pages]]+**Documentation:​ ** [[http://​www.tuhs.org/​Archive/​Distributions/​Research/​Dennis_v1/​UNIX_ProgrammersManual_Nov71.pdf|1st Edition man pages]]
  
 The first edition of Unix was developed for the PDP-11/20 at Bell Labs by Ken Thompson, Dennis Ritchie and others. It provided a process-oriented multitasking environment with a hierachical filesystem for about two or three users. The first edition of Unix was developed for the PDP-11/20 at Bell Labs by Ken Thompson, Dennis Ritchie and others. It provided a process-oriented multitasking environment with a hierachical filesystem for about two or three users.
  
-The source code for the kernel came from a document entitled [[http://​minnie.tuhs.org/​Archive/PDP-11/​Distributions/​research/​Dennis_v1/​PreliminaryUnixImplementationDocument_Jun72.pdf|Preliminary Release of Unix Implementation]]. Al Kossow from the Computer History Museum unearthed a paper copy of the document, scanned it in and donated it. The manual pages were OCR'd by Dennis Ritchie.+The source code for the kernel came from a document entitled [[http://​minnie.tuhs.org/​Archive/​Distributions/​Research/​Dennis_v1/​PreliminaryUnixImplementationDocument_Jun72.pdf|Preliminary Release of Unix Implementation]]. Al Kossow from the Computer History Museum unearthed a paper copy of the document, scanned it in and donated it. The manual pages were OCR'd by Dennis Ritchie.
  
-For more information about First Edition Unix, see [[http://cm.bell-labs.com/​cm/cs/who/dmr/​hist.html|The Evolution of the Unix Time-sharing System]] by Dennis Ritchie.+For more information about First Edition Unix, see [[https://www.bell-labs.com/​usr/dmr/www/​hist.html|The Evolution of the Unix Time-sharing System]] by Dennis Ritchie.
  
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