[TUHS] Xenix

Jason Stevens neozeed at gmail.com
Wed Feb 11 04:01:03 AEST 2009

I doubt SCO/Microsoft will release anything.. but then you never know.
 Do you have Xenix for the PDP-11?  I've seen the lisa & Tandy 68000
floating around, but both used some custom MMU so that cut out
emulators... lol I haven't even bothered asking for source, as I
figured these v6/v7 things are basically lost in the mists of time...
but then there is v6/v7 for the Pdp-11/Interdata 32b & the recent port
of v7 to the i386 http://nordier.com/v7x86/index.html

On Tue, Feb 10, 2009 at 7:31 AM, Lorenzo Gatti <gattilorenz at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello from Italy!
> I'm interested in Xenix copyright. Do someone of you know who exactly
> owns Xenix? According to Wikipedia, Microsoft gave everything to SCO,
> but did they gave also the copyright for the non-x86 versions?
> I'm asking this because I'm interested in "saving" Xenix from fading
> into the digital night. If everything belongs to SCO, then maybe an
> "binary only, non-commercial hobbyst license" could *eventually* be
> released, at least for older or non-x86 products
> Best regards,
> Lorenzo
> PS: First mailing list post ever. I'm definitely a newbie, here :)
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