[TUHS] Source code abundance?

Jason Stevens jsteve at superglobalmegacorp.com
Tue Mar 7 02:19:09 AEST 2017


I remember back in the original SCO vs the world days when SGi apparently dumped some 32v and was quickly dumped from Linux, there was some source auditing tool that they used?  All I remember is that it used the term 'shards' which of course is popular with the DB kids so it's hard to find...  Now that there is an insane dump it'd be interesting to compare actual ancestry vs what we've always been told...

On March 6, 2017 11:33:18 PM GMT+08:00, Angelo Papenhoff <aap at papnet.eu> wrote:
>On 01/03/17, Arthur Krewat wrote:
>> Anyone ever looked at vetusware.com ?
>> 
>> Google it with:
>> 
>> site:vetusware.com unix source
>> 
>> Is all of this stuff archived somewhere else?
>> 
>
>Since we had some discussion about AIX recently I thought I should ask:
>Many sources claim AIX is Sys V derived. Hoever, the source code (of
>4.1.3)
>does not look like Sys V at all. Does anyone know the history?
>
>aap

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