Speaking of OSI stacks, I know 4.4BSD Lite came with some fragments of
one. OSI's dead and hardly mourned these days, but did anyone in the
Unix world ever get beyond the 4.4BSD fragmentary implementation?
The Wollongong Group has OSI for various flavors of Sustem V and System III running on the 3B* family, 386 and a few others. I recall setting them up for interop in the summer of 1989.
On 8/28/19, George Michaelson <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> oh maybe I meant "streams" not "STREAMS" I always got confused if the
> original ritchie spec was upper or lower case. Charles Forsyth coded
> it into the York Uni Vaxen, worked fine. I left shortly after to do
> stuff at UCL, it only came back into my life when at UQ in Australia
> we got an ICL "certified" SYSV host and along side dead technology
> like RFS up it popped (I think ICL had coded an OSI stack we were
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