I've assembled some notes from old manuals and other sources
on the formats used for on-disk file systems through the
Additional notes, comments on style, and whatnot are welcome.
(It may be sensible to send anything in the last two categories
directly to me, rather than to the whole list.)
I know this is somewhat off topic, but there is a connection.
I am trying to track down a copy of the distribution of:
The Software Tools Virtual Operating System
The last known repository of the complete system was apparently USENIX.
They have been unable to find a copy anywhere up to this point, so I'm
asking here as there must be many long time members in this group.
Does anyone still have a copy of this and could I possibly get it??
I really need to find a copy for a project I want to work on.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Bill Gunshannon | de-moc-ra-cy (di mok' ra see) n. Three wolves
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University of Scranton |
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In article by Jonathan Engdahl:
> It looks like the SCO free UNIX license page moved:
> I hope Caldera continues the free license policy.
Thanks for the heads-up Johnathan. It looks like the license is
unchanged, so for now we're ok. But I should contact someone
there & see if we can open it up a bit more :)
I'm thinking of switching from Majordomo to Mailman for the mailing
lists run on minnie.tuhs.org. I thought I'd try it out on the PUPS mailing
list to start with, because it is so quiet, and also to maybe get some
postings going again.
Mailman has several advantages:
- list archives are created and have a web interface
- subscribers can easily change their details
- list management can also be done via the web.
You can go to http://minnie.tuhs.org/mailman/listinfo/pups
to use the web interface to change your subscription.
If things don't seem to be working, please let me know at my
e-mail address of wkt(a)tuhs.org