Doc Shipley doc at mdrconsult.com
Mon Jan 2 13:13:30 CST 2006

Chuck Guzis wrote:
> On 1/1/2006 at 11:50 PM compoobah at valleyimplants.com wrote:
>>For SCO, the release numbers were different (at least at the end), Release
> 2.3.2 was 286, 2.3.4 was 386. Earlier (2.2 series) I'm not as sure of, my
> disks specify "SCO XENIX 386" on the 386 specific bits, and they just say
> "SCO XENIX" on the utility & games volumes (likely common). Minix 1.1+ can
> be had from www.minix3.org/previous-versions/index.html, and Coherent is
> available online if you poke around, too, but I think it might be the 386+
> only V4.10.
> I checked the distro diskettes and most of them are market 2.3, so I guess
> they're 386.  But much of the development toolkit and utilites are marked
> "286".  Does that mean that SCO 386 implementations don't use the flat
> 32-bit memory model?

   I dunno, but thanks for digging them out and looking!


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