[TUHS] SVR 3.2

Michael Huff mphuff at gmail.com
Thu Aug 3 09:35:30 AEST 2017

I'm not sure how well it works, but there's always pcem: 
http://pcem-emulator.co.uk/ ...it can emulate both a 286, and MFM disks; 
though I'm not sure how accurate that emulation is.

On 08/02/2017 03:02 PM, Andreas Hein wrote:
> Hello Tom,
> yeah, i have the same history. First operating system for my 286 was 
> the Microport ATT SVR2. I have original 5 1/4 media, the tree manuals 
> (mostly printouts of the original UNIX Man pages beide Intel Assembler 
> and bootloader) and images from the disks. But, as you remember, 
> Microport V.2 had no networking (beside UUCP)
> Still Interested ? Send me a email, I will prepare the images and find 
> a way to deliver it to you (earliest tomorrow). And if someone know a 
> way to Boot this images in a hypervirsor, this would help me. The 
> current hypervisors are not able to emulate MFM disks and hercules 
> graphics AFIK
> Regards,
> Andreas
> Am 3. August 2017 00:46:23 MESZ schrieb Tom Manos <tom.manos at gmail.com>:
>     Hi all,
>     Sorry if this is the wrong place to ask...
>     I started my home UNIX hobby in the mid-1980's with Microport SVR2
>     on Intel 286. With a couple of modems I started a public access
>     UNIX system in Hampton Roads, VA.
>     That system graduated to SVR3.0, 3.1, 3.2 on 386, and finally 4.2
>     with 4 modems running on an AST 4-port card on 486. That was about
>     1992 when I started an ISP using SVR4.2. That ISP, also in Hampton
>     Roads, grew quite large. We were in 100 cities and partnered with
>     newspapers and managed their content on the brand new web. By then
>     we had graduated to large Alpha systems and Sun Enterprise.
>     Now I'm all grown up and and experiencing a 2nd childhood. I run
>     SVR4.2MP here on a real dual processor Pentium system, but I'd
>     like to get back to SVR3.2 on period hardware, and later to r2.
>     My problem is I don't have a copy and don't know where to find
>     one. Do any of you happen to have a diskette (or disk image) set
>     you can part with? Ideally I'd like a development system and
>     networking. But I've always been an optimist :)
>     I'm happy to pay reasonable fees.
>     Tom

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