[TUHS] SunOS 4.1.1?
cowan at ccil.org
Sat Sep 22 00:58:06 AEST 2007
Tim Bradshaw scripsit:
> From memory (fairly old memory) if you had a Sun then you had a
> license to run SunOS. This possibly applies only to smaller machines
> - certainly later on (in the Solaris era) you had to buy extra
> licenses for machines with more than a few (1? 2?) processors.
> Obviously that's not true any more.
The best available story for the Sun3 code is that Sun doesn't
object to non-commercial use (which certainly is not the same
as an open source license).
> Of course you should check the license.
There's nothing to check -- in those days SunOS didn't come
with a machine-readable license.
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