[TUHS] A Couple of New Unix Artifacts
wobblygong at gmail.com
Wed Sep 18 19:06:54 AEST 2019
These are parts of my wish list:
Larry McVoy's Sourceware tape is discovered;
IBM donates the source and binaries for its obsolete Unixes;
HP donates the source and binaries of the Intel port of Unixware;
some of the late eighties/early nineties Unix CAD software gets donated.
Dreams are free, of course. I'm not holding my breath ... :)
On 9/18/19, Arthur Krewat <krewat at kilonet.net> wrote:
> My wish list is:
> - Oracle (or some other licensee) coughed up SunOS. Legally.
> - AT&T or some other derivative coughed up SVR4(.2)
> Ok, that's all I got ;)
> But yes, I'm insane enough to want: Oracle coughing up Solaris 11.x(4?)
> - legally. And I don't mean OpenSolaris.
> BTW - I know a certain institution I know, I'm pretty sure used V6 for a
> graphics workstation. I'm pretty sure they had a source license, but I
> could be wrong. What's the reality when it came to V6 being used
> commercially in a product? This would be around the early 80's
> timeframe. And certain law enforcement agencies actually used at least
> one workstation for whatever reason. It would have run on MIcro-11's,
> and MIcro-Vaxen.
> On 9/17/2019 7:12 PM, Dave Horsfall wrote:
>> On Tue, 17 Sep 2019, Warren Toomey wrote:
>>> Now you have a new topic to talk about :-)
>> The infamous plaster cast of certain genitals (if it actually existed;
>> the cast I mean)?
>> -- Dave
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