4.3/4.4 IBM distributions (need history)

Pat Barron pat at transarc.com
Tue Nov 24 04:05:13 AEST 1998

I think there were some additional licensing restrictions on AOS (e.g.,
only available to educational institutions), so it might not be
includable in the archive.  I can probably track down folks in Palo Alto
who worked AOS, and find out.

As far as I know, there was never an "official" ACIS release beyond the
1988 4.3BSD release.  I have actual distribution tapes around somewhere,
and could probably make tape images available if it's determined that
that's OK.


P.S.  We just dumpster-ized about 6 or 8 RTs from our storage facility
    in the last couple of weeks - I had tried to give them away, but
    the person who was lined up to take them didn't move quite fast
    enough, and the person assigned to storage clean-up got tired of
    having them around ... :-(

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