32V Unix was a port of 7th Edition Unix to the VAX by John Reiser and Tom London of Bell Labs.

Although 32V provided a Version 7 Unix environment on the VAX, it did not use the virtual memory capability of the VAX hardware, and only provided swapping of running processes. Despite this, 32V is essentially the original ancestor of all the commercial Unix derivatives and the BSD varieties.

The files here come from the 32V folder in the Unix Archive, and were donated by Keith Bostic.

bin dir
etc dir
usr dir