Wanted: System V Release 4 (Intel) OS
tonym at compusource.net
Tue Sep 2 03:08:40 CDT 2008
>From: The Pitlog pitlog at gmail.com
>Sent 9/1/2008 9:05:37 AM
>To: cctech at classiccmp.org
>Subject: Wanted: System V Release 4 (Intel) OS
>I've never used UnixWare, but if it is essentially SVR4.2 with some
>additions and comes with a development system, I'm happy to give it a
>try. Do you remember if it was on floppy or tape?
>Thanks very much for offering.
>Feel free to contact me off list to work out the details.
>-------------- Greg said ---------------
>I'll have to check this week, but I believe I have a set for UnixWare
>from Novell. If you are not familiar with it, it is basically System V
>Version 4.2 with an IPX protocol added IIRC. Let me know if this will
Hmmm....wasn't UnixWare on CD? We had fun with them, and called it Novix. I think they they used
the name Univel at some point, didn't they? After first acquiring USL?
I THINK I have a UnixWare 1.1 CD, but don't think I have a boot disk any more, and I'm not entirely sure if
the CD itself is bootable, as this goes back to around 1995, doesn't it?
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