[TUHS] Help request: uucp, mail on 4.2BSD

SPC spedraja at gmail.com
Fri Mar 10 03:53:31 AEST 2017

Hum... an impressive amount of messages in a short time.

I dare to ask something. Many people here appear to be interested in
put up an UUCP connection (simulating a modem connection even).
Someone even asked about a MAPINFO... In my case I want to put online
and available across my firewall a simulated Unix running under SIMH.
Would have sense to provide info for a common MAPINFO or for range of
adresses for UUCP interchange? It's only an idea. Excuses in advance
for my dare if I'm telling something weird.

Gracias | Regards - Saludos | Greetings | Freundliche Grüße | Salutations
Sergio Pedraja
No crea todo lo que ve, ni crea que está viéndolo todo
"El estado de una Copia de Seguridad es desconocido
hasta que intentas restaurarla" (- nixCraft)

2017-03-09 15:51 GMT+01:00 Arthur Krewat <krewat at kilonet.net>:
> If I could get the Consensys running that I used to have that would be
> great, it would be "authentic" to me at least.
> However, it relies on either an Adaptec 1540 SCSI controller, or the
> standard ISA WD MFM/RLL controller (and maybe ESDI), which my VMware
> environments can't support. I'm reluctant to go into running yet another
> emulator anywhere on my home office network, so it might be Unixware 2.1
> which I managed to get running in VMware.
> On 3/8/2017 7:22 PM, Cory Smelosky wrote:
>> Which SVR4.2?
>> Sent from my iPhone
>>> On Mar 8, 2017, at 15:39, Arthur Krewat <krewat at kilonet.net> wrote:
>>> I've still got my Worldblazer, and a Trailblazer that I found in a
>>> storage closet at a defense contractor I was consulting for back in the mid
>>> 90's.
>>> I'm seriously thinking of getting my SVR4.2 system back up and running
>>> and seeing if I can get Taylor UUCP to function again.
>>> Of course, I didn't make the UUCP maps until the early 90's... but still
>>> :)

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