[pups] UNIX "time-line"
asmodai at unixware.org.uk
Thu Nov 8 09:34:07 AEST 2001
On Wednesday 07 November 2001 11:11 pm, Warren Toomey wrote:
> In article by asmodai at unixware.org.uk:
> > Hi guys,
> > I'm working on a UNIX time-line database.
> Please have a look ay my existing time-line at:
Looking through that one again now :)
> and also Eric Levenz's site at http://perso.wanadoo.fr/levenez/unix/
That site is the basis for what I have at the moment, though I hope to start
tracking down and mailing people from vendors to get definate dates and to
fill in the "gaps" pretty soon.
> If you get any firm dates, especially with good references, can you
> pass them on to me?!
Yes, no problem at all. I'll forward any results from vendors or other
sources on to you :)
I have had something back from Caldera/SCO regarding XENIX , OpenServer, and
UnixWare - both time-line and licensing.
I dont think they're confirmed dates - I'd have to boot back into WinDOHze to
find out - I wish Lotus would write a "native" Notes client for UNIX.
There are a couple of "unknowns" on my list that I'd love to hear about -
namely LSX (V6-based), and MIPS OS (possibly BSD-based)... MERT, RT and TS
were on this list, but I see they're on the TUHS page :)
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