wkt at henry.cs.adfa.edu.au
Thu Feb 18 08:25:47 AEST 1999
In article by David C. Jenner:
> It seems to me that Pro/Venix is a potential candidate for the PUPS
> archive, the snag being DEC/Compaq residual interests in it. PUPS
> covers the AT&T part, VenturCom has "given away" their part, and
> DEC/Compaq is all that's left.
> 1) Could this be a PUPS addition, if a good copy be found?
> 2) If someone has a copy, but worries about the DEC/Compaq
> aspects, can a good copy of the disks I have be acquired?
> (Anyone in this category might want to respond directly
> to me instead of posting to the mailing lists.) After
> all a PUPS licensee is 99.999% covered, and DEC/Compaq
> objections are probably to worry about the AT&T part,
> which the Ancient Unix license covers...
If we could get DEC/Compaq to allow access to Pro/Venix by UNIX source
license holders, then yes I would certainly add it to the Archive. If
there's no source code, and SCO are happy, then it could go up for anon ftp.
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