[TUHS] While on the subject of 32V ...
apgarcia at gravity.phys.uwm.edu
Tue Oct 21 13:51:26 AEST 2003
> I've been giving serious consideration to porting it to
> Intel IA32 platforms. It's much simpler than the unix I worked on
> until last year (Tru64, aka OSF/1 and Digital UNIX), and the 32V
> kernel is only a little bigger than the original FreeDOS kernel I
> wrote. The Caldera license is pretty much a BSD license, which
> could be considered an open source license. This means I should be
> able to work on it without worrying about IP, although I'd still
> need management approval. Should I undertake such an project, would
> there be enough interest to justify the effort?
I'd certainly be intrigued enough to run it.
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