Formerly OSF/1, in 1994 after the Open Software Foundation (run by DEC, IBM, and HP) ceased involvement, Digital Equipment Corporation renamed the OS to "Digital UNIX". In 1998, DEC was bought out by Compaq and the product was again renamed, to Tru64 UNIX.
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|End of Life:||Unknown|
|Required CPU:||DEC Alpha|
|Digital UNIX 4.0D - Associated Products - Volume 1 (ISO)||4.0D||496.17 MB||English||Alpha||CD-ROM ISO|
|Digital UNIX 4.0D - Associated Products - Volume 2 (ISO)||4.0D||158.11 MB||English||Alpha||CD-ROM ISO|
|Digital UNIX 4.0D - Documentation (ISO)||4.0D||21.97 MB||English||Alpha||CD-ROM ISO|
|Digital UNIX 4.0D - Operating System (ISO)||4.0D||235.91 MB||English||Alpha||CD-ROM ISO|