[TUHS] 386BSD & NetBSD 0.8

Greg 'groggy' Lehey grog at lemis.com
Sat Jun 12 15:37:19 AEST 2004

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On Tuesday,  8 June 2004 at 10:35:54 -0400, Jason Stevens wrote:
> Hi, I have one question about 386BSD & NetBSD 0.8... If I'm right
> the reason that they were 'pulled' was because of infringing AT&T
> code.  However didn't you need a 32v license to get access to 4.X
> BSD?  So in that case since 32v is now public wouldn't that allow
> these early self hosting BSD's to be 'free' again???

Yes, assuming SCO don't decide that they never released the software.

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