<networking, operating system> (NOS) An operating system which includes software to communicate with other computers via a network. This allows resources such as files, application programs, and printers to be shared between computers.
Examples are Berkeley Software Distribution Unix, Novell, LAntastic, MS LAN Manager.
[Is there a specific OS called "Network Operating System"?]
Last updated: 2001-03-13
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