[TUHS] Old 386 Unix Versions, was: Re: PCC for the i386

Adam Thornton athornton at gmail.com
Thu Jul 18 01:40:31 AEST 2019

> On Jul 17, 2019, at 3:42 AM, emanuel stiebler <emu at e-bbes.com> wrote:
> On 2019-07-17 11:28, Arrigo Triulzi wrote:
>> Does anyone have documentation or history for European efforts in the Unix-like operating systems? For example there was Bull’s Chorus which I seem to recall was based on Mach or a competing microkernel (it was a very long time ago and I used it for no mare than about two hours..).
> In Germany, there was MUNIX (sometimes called "Münchener UNIX ;-) )
> The company was PCS, they had the funny idea of replacing the PDP11 or
> VAX board on the Q-Bus with Motorolas m68k hardware. So you still could
> use your old peripherals (tape, drives, printers, etc.) with a new CPU,
> running UNIX ...

….see also the current http://retrocmp.com/projects/unibone <http://retrocmp.com/projects/unibone>

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