I doubt SCO/Microsoft will release anything.. but then you never know.
Do you have Xenix for the PDP-11? I've seen the lisa & Tandy 68000
floating around, but both used some custom MMU so that cut out
emulators... lol I haven't even bothered asking for source, as I
figured these v6/v7 things are basically lost in the mists of time...
but then there is v6/v7 for the Pdp-11/Interdata 32b & the recent port
of v7 to the i386 http://nordier.com/v7x86/index.html
On Tue, Feb 10, 2009 at 7:31 AM, Lorenzo Gatti <gattilorenz(a)gmail.com> wrote:
Hello from Italy!
I'm interested in Xenix copyright. Do someone of you know who exactly
owns Xenix? According to Wikipedia, Microsoft gave everything to SCO,
but did they gave also the copyright for the non-x86 versions?
I'm asking this because I'm interested in "saving" Xenix from fading
into the digital night. If everything belongs to SCO, then maybe an
"binary only, non-commercial hobbyst license" could *eventually* be
released, at least for older or non-x86 products
PS: First mailing list post ever. I'm definitely a newbie, here :)
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