*nix on "classic" systems
dave06a at dunfield.com
Tue Apr 10 20:37:09 CDT 2007
> I though they could be up to be downloaded legally. I didn't mean to
> get an ilegal copy, of course.
Not that I'm aware of - The QNX OS is still their main product, and although
it's changed a lot from the early 1.x versions that I have, it's still close
enough that I think they'd care.
> > There is a bootable demo disk that they used to give away - this might
> > be OK for you to try.
> I have a copy of them which I donloaded from the QNX web site long ago.
> But I wouldn't have though they could run on a 386... I might try,
They've had several demos over the years, including CD versions of their
more recent offerings - the one I have is one of their earliest and I'm
pretty sure it runs on an 8088 - It's a single 5.25" floppy.
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