HPE OpenVMS Hobbyist license program is closing
James B DiGriz
jbdigriz at dragonsweb.org
Wed Mar 11 18:40:29 CDT 2020
On Wed, 11 Mar 2020 18:18:14 -0400
Bill Gunshannon via cctalk <cctalk at classiccmp.org> wrote:
(Regarding TI SysV)
> I assume SysV means Unix SysV. Unless there has been a change
> I have not heard about nothing newer than V7 has been released
> for use by the holders of the Unix IP. I have a copy of that
Already have V7. Thanks, though.
TI's SysV was a licensed port of AT&T SysV, running on the TI S1500
Nubus machines. AKA HP 9000/1500. I have an S1505, one 68030 CPU.
SysV Rev 3.3, IIRC, but I haven't fired it up in a long time. That will
be remedied shortly. Previous TI Business Systems after the 990s,
BS300,600,&800 machines ran Xenix, IIRC, on Intel processors.
Very little on the web about them. But I'm looking.
No, Mac Nubus cards won't even fit on the S1500s. Opinions differ as to
who broke the standard :-) Then there's the matter of drivers.
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