[TUHS] RT/PC-centric AIX history

Jason Stevens jsteve at superglobalmegacorp.com
Fri Mar 10 22:09:28 AEST 2017

2nd, as it also appears that AOS was the router backbone of the NSFNet once they started to migrate off of the IMPs

On March 10, 2017 11:27:40 AM GMT+08:00, Dan Cross <crossd at gmail.com> wrote:
>Wow, this is really cool, Charlie. It puts a lot of stuff in
>I wonder if you might add a bit more detail about the BSD ports? That's
>what we ran on our RTs; I seem to recall that product was only
>to educational institutions and was referred to as AOS: "Academic
>Operating System." I do recall that it came with NFS, and possibly AFS
>version 2? It seemed to be approximately 4.3-Tahoe based. The AFS bit
>On Thu, Mar 9, 2017 at 2:41 PM, Charles H Sauer <
>sauer at technologists.com <mailto:sauer at technologists.com> > wrote:
>I've refrained from jumping into AIX & RT/PC discussions on TUHS. It
>seems more appropriate to summarize AIX history than try to correct or
>clarify specifics out of context.
>I wrote about 5 pages, got feedback, revised accordingly, and posted at

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