[TUHS] Bitsavers' RT/PC, AIX, AOS, etc. recent additions

Kevin Bowling kevin.bowling at kev009.com
Tue Feb 18 14:53:54 AEST 2020

Can you clarify what is Mach in this archive if I have a gap in my
knowledge? I didn’t know the VRM had any direct relationship to Mach


On Mon, Feb 17, 2020 at 9:43 PM Jason Stevens <
jsteve at superglobalmegacorp.com> wrote:

> Interesting stuff!  And another version of Mach is buried in there.
> So the 4 csrg cd set may have updates to the romp support as it's an older
> version of the 5.1 kernel from 89...  Not that think there is any Mach romp
> users.
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> *Subject:* [TUHS] Bitsavers' RT/PC, AIX, AOS, etc. recent additions
> The Bitsavers' RSS feed (
> http://user.xmission.com/~legalize/vintage/bitsavers-bits.xml) seemed to
> me to be dominated by RT, AIX, AOS (BSD for RT), etc. stuff in the last
> week or so. I've only sampled a few items, but discovered a few things that
> I should have known (or knew and forgot?) while I was at IBM.
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