PC Unix wanted
mdavidson1963 at gmail.com
Tue Aug 5 20:41:05 CDT 2008
If no one else wants it, I'd love to know how much it would cost to
ship it to San Jose, CA. I have the room and would love to save this
(and try out the media!).
On Tue, Aug 5, 2008 at 6:14 PM, Joachim Thiemann
<joachim.thiemann at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Tue, Aug 5, 2008 at 5:15 PM, Mark Davidson <mdavidson1963 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Oh how nice it would be to have one of these again. At one point, I
>> had Interactive's 386/ix and SCO's Open Desktop... there was
>> Microport's system, Esix (from Everex?), Venturcom's Venix, and others
>> On Tue, Aug 5, 2008 at 10:27 AM, Tom Manos <tommytune123 at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Does anyone have one of the PC SVR4 releases from the early '90s? I'm
> If anyone is interested I have a full set of UNIX System V/386 Release 3.2.
> 28 5.25 floppies, and a tape cartridge (DC-600? DC-300? It says 450ft,
> density 10,000ftpi)
> For all I know the media is nice decoration only, I have never tried
> to stuff it into a drive.
> OTOH, it is quite possible the media has NEVER seen a drive since
> leaving the factory in whenever it was shipped. It still has the
> (unfilled) "Intel Software License and Registration Certificate".
> (The box came from McGill University)
> And about a foot high stack of books, slight water damage (only 2
> books the rest looks pristine). It's all from Intel, copyright says
> It's in Montreal, Quebec. Shipping would be expensive - it's a heavy
> box... But I'd be happy to see it out of here, I was about ready to
> toss it out.
> (Maybe you can get der Mouse to somehow shuffle it closer to you, he
> lives walking distance from me - but he doesn't see my mails due to
> his Gmail filter :-)
> Ideally someone shows up at my place, and takes the box away. Oh, the
> city does that. OK, someone who actually _wants_ it should take it
> away. ;-)
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