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DOS / System
This is a hardware diagnosic program for the AT&T 6300 computer running MS-DOS. Includes 360k disk image.
DOS / Multimedia
IGES file to TOPAS MDL file converter
DOS / OS
AT&T SVR4 Intel
This is release 2 of the OEM version of MS-DOS 2.11 customized for the AT&T 6300 PC. This archive contains a single 360K floppy disk image.
C, ASM, and development libraries supporting TARGA graphics boards, TARGA file (.TGA) reading, writing
This is the VAX baed source to to UNIX System III. SYSIV was an internal thing, while SYSV became the basis for their commercial business until they bailed on the market after SYSVr4.
This is the source code to AT&T SYSVr1. The 'base' platform was the PDP-11 of all things.
This is AT&T's UNIX SYSV r2 source code. The base target here is the VAX. R2 includes lots of BSD addons, but TCP/IP was not one of them. For some reason in their infinite wisdom AT&T wasn't big on TCP/IP, probably because it was too open. Hackers from all over the world wanted this very file, there was even espionage from the Soviet Union to steal this. So here we are. Enjoy Comrades!
This is AT&T's UNIX SYSV r2 source code. The base target here is the AT&T made 3B2. Which I might add was the UNIX machine that ran the phone system. If you were into phreaking and hacking you faced this UNIX everywhere. So here is the source code. Maybe one day there will be a 3B2 emulator?
This is AT&T's swan song of UNIX, SYSVr4. The base platform here is the i386. SYSVr4 incorporates bits from 4.3 BSD, SunOS, and Xenix. Finally TCP/IP is included in the base. SUN traded al their SunOS and hard work to use this as the basis for Solaris.
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