It's not 4.3BSD, but might be worth an honorable mention...
You can get FreeBSD 1.0, (based on 386BSD, based on NET/2), directly
from the FreeBSD project:
And then use 86Box ( https://github.com/86Box/86Box/
) to emulate an
early 90's 486 and install it with FreeDOS on one partition, FreeBSD on
the other. There's an /sbin/mount_isofs but I haven't stumbled across a
working combination that manages to actually see a cdrom yet. As a
work-around I copied everything from the "tarballs" directory onto the
freedos partition and then installed them from there.
It would probably work on Virtualbox, but I haven't tried.
On 8/28/2018 6:53 AM, Gilles Gravier wrote:
If I wanted to run 4.3BSD on an x86 box (VirtualBox? QEMM? other
emu?)... anybody has suggestions? Where can I find media for 4.3BSD
(if any are legitimately accessible)?
Or on a Raspberry Pi? :)
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