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MuLinux 14r0

Small one-floppy (1.7MB) linux distribution.

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Unix / Novell, Inc.

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Netware 4.11

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Unix / Novell

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Novell Unixware 2.01

Unixware is a variant of Unix from Novell that incorporated its Netware features. It was later absorbed and merged with SCO Unix, which took on the Unixware name.

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Unix / Digital Equipment Corporation

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OpenVMS VAX 5.5-2 5.5-2

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Unix / DEC Corp.

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OSF/1 Source Code 1.0

This is the source tree for the "OSF/1 Release 1.0" Operating System component.

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Unix / INTERACTIVE Systems Corporation / IBM Corp.

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PC/IX Operating System Version 1.0 [IBM PC/XT] 1.0

IBM Personal Computer Interactive Executive 1.00, or PC/IX, is a single-user Unix port to the IBM PC XT based on System III Unix. PC/IX was created by Interactive Systems Corporation and sold through IBM. Installation instructions This software is designed to operate on an IBM PC XT model 5160. It requires a hard drive, and may require a 100% XT hardware compatible controller card. It also may not work with VGA.

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Unix / PLEXUS

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PLEXUS SYS3/UNIX Operating System Source Code SYSIII

This is the source code to the PLEXUS SYS3/UNIX Operating System to their z8000 based machines.

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Unix / Quantum Software Systems Ltd.

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QNX 2.21 for AT and PS2

QNX is a compact Unix-like real-time operating system primarily used in embedded devices. This release is for IBM AT (286+) and IBM PS/2 systems or compatibles. There is a different 2.2 release that supports IBM PC/XT computers with 8088 CPUs and comes on 360k disks. This is the 1.44mb floppy disk release.

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Unix / SCO

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SCO Unix 4.2

includes maintenance supplement and TCP/IP runtime includes N1 N2 and M1 (got it this way

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Unix / SCO Group

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SCO Unix Release 3.2 Version 4.21

Open Desktop/Server 3.0 3.2v4.2 1994. Open Desktop, Open Desktop Lite, Open Server.

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Unix / SCO

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SCO Unix 3.2 3.2

SCO UNIX System V/386 was the successor to SCO Xenix, derived from AT&T System V Release 3.2 with an infusion of Xenix device drivers and utilities. SCO UNIX System V/386 Release 3.2.0 was released in 1989 as the commercial successor to SCO Xenix. The base operating system did not include TCP/IP networking or X Window System graphics; these were available as optional extra-cost add-on packages. Shortly after the release of this bare OS, SCO shipped an integrated product under the name of SCO Open Desktop, or ODT. 1994 saw the release of SCO MPX, an add-on SMP package.

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Unix / The Santa Cruz Operation

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SCO Unix 3.2 v4.21

SCO Unix Release 3.2 Version 4.21. The rar file contains 14 floppy volumes (3 x installation volumes, 3 x basic utilities volumes, 7 x extended utilities volumes and 1 x games volume). S/N and key are also included.

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Unix / SCO

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SCO Unix 3.2 v4.0 4.0

SCO Unix 3.2 Version 4.0, machine type: u386, media type: 5.25" disk images, activation key required

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Unix / SCO

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SCO Unix 3.2.1 Chinese 3.2.1

SCO UNIX System V/386 3.2.1 Chinese. Taken from a Chinese compilation CD released in 1996. SCOU321.ZIP included 47 HD-Copy 5.25" floppy disk images file and SCOU321C.ZIP included self-made converted raw 5.25" floppy disk images (except UPGRADE.IMG). NOTE: 1. This may not be dumped from original SCO Media. 2. UPGRADE.IMG is write-protected.

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Unix / SCO

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SCO Unix 3.2.4.2 System V 3.2.4.2

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Unix / The Santa Cruz Operation

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Sco UNIX SystemV System V

Sco UNIX SystemV Dissk images B1-B2-B3 X1_X2_X3 M1

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Unix / Robert Szeleney

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SkyOS Beta 398

An earlier version of SkyOS from before it went commercial

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Unix / Robert Szeleney

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SkyOs Beta 6947 Beta 6947

Final release of SkyOs that was released free to public. Check beta.png for user and key. Does not use linux kernel, but was forced to pick an os option.

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Unix / Sun microsystems

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SunOS 3.5

This Archive contains files and programs suitable for installing SunOS 3.5 for sun3 architecture. It is derived from the Sun3 MC68020 install tapes (5 tapes, QIC-24 format). It will work on the following Sun3 MC68020 models: 3/50 3/60 3/75 3/110 3/140 3/150 3/160 3/180 3/260 3/280 3/E It will NOT work on the Sun3x MC68030 models (3/80 3/460 3/470 3/480)

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Unix / Sun

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SunOS Source Code 4.1.3

This is the SunOS 4.1.3 SUNSRC CD-ROM. It contains the source in 3 forms. 1. plain text source, as a ufs tree, rooted at the top level of this filesystem. Symlinks to the SCCS hierarchy are in place. 2. SCCS hierarchy, rooted at SCCS_DIRECTORIES. 3. a tar image of the SCCS hierarchy, in a file named 4.1.3_SUNSRC.tar. This is rooted at ./SCCS_DIRECTORIES. Please see the SunOS 4.1.3 Source Installation Guide for further details.

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Unix / Motorola

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SysV68K_R3V1 UNIX SYSVR3 source code for Motorola MVME-131 (M68K SYSVR3 v1

SysV68K_R3V1 UNIX SYSVR3 port for Motorola 68020 (M68K) processor sourcecode. Supported boards: MVME-131/131XT M68020/M68881 R68564. Also supports MVME-050 System Controller; MVME-204 Parity Memory Board; MVME-320 ST-506 Disc Controller; MVME-323 ESDI Disk Controller; MVME-331/332 Intellegent Communication Controller; MVME-350 Cartridge Streamer Tape Controller; MVME-355 9-Track Tape Controller; MVME-360 SMD Dick Controller; MVME-330 Ethernet Board (CMC ENP-10 clone). TCP/IP for STREAMS by Communication Machinery Corporation for ENP-10 board.

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Unix / Tandy Corporation

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Tandy 68000 XENIX 3.3 (Upgrade)

Tandy 6000 700-3039 XENIX Multi-User Operating System Core Upgrade v03.03.00 XNX330UP.IMD 3.3 Upgrade Disk 1 of 1 Single-Sided To upgrade a XENIX 3.2 system, run "install" as root. If you plan on using the 3.2 Development System, install the 3.3 upgrade AFTER you install the 3.2 Development system.

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Unix / Not specified

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Traveler's Linux Version 1

Linux distribution on a single floppy disk.

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Unix / Canonical

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Ubuntu 4.10

Ubuntu 4.10 32-bit.

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Unix / DEC

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Ultrix BSD source code 4.3

It contains the source code for the base-system (i think), so-called "extras" and X server. Have fun.

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Unix / Digital Equipment Corporation

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Ultrix-32 VAX source code 2.0

Sourcecode to Ultrix-32 version 2.0 for the DEC VAX

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Ultrix-32 VAX source code 4.2

Sourcecode to Ultrix-32 version 4.2 for the DEC VAX & quickly abandoned DEC MIPS workstations.

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Unix / Bell Labs

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Unix v5

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Unix v6

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Unix v7

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Unix / Caldera

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UNIX 5, 6 ,7 5 , 6, 7

Unix 5,6,7 for pdp-11 procesor, disk images and vm images along with pdp processor simulator

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Unix / AT&T

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UNIX System III Source Code SYSIII

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.

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Unix / AT&T

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UNIX System V Release 4 source code for 3B2 SYSVR4

This is AT&T's UNIX System V Release 4 (SYSVR4) source code. The base target here is the AT&T 3B2.

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Unix / AT&T

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UNIX SYSVr1 Source Code r1

This is the source code to AT&T SYSVr1. The 'base' platform was the PDP-11 of all things.

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Unix / AT&T

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UNIX SYSVr2 Source Code r2

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!

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Unix / AT&T

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UNIX SYSVr2 Source Code r2 (/usr dump) r2

This is a CPIO of a /usr slice from a VAX running SYSV r4. Includes some actual binaries, along with another source dump.

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Unix / AT&T

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UNIX SYSVr3 Source Code r3

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?

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Unix / AT&T

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UNIX SYSVr4 Source Code r4

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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Unix / The Santa Cruz Operation

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UnixWare Source Code 7

Source code to SCO UnixWare 7 , March 1998. All of the 'brand' command stuff is in binary form. And it's a source checkout. This is the stuff of legends.

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Unix / Robert S. Lange and Darell Stavem

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Vector Linux 4.3 Alpha

Early alpha release of Vector Linux 4.3, based on kernel 2.4.22 and comes with XFCE 4.0.3.

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Unix / VenturaCom

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Venix 86/R 2.0

Venix for the DEC Rainbow 100. This is the original Rainbow version, and supports only the RD51 Winchester disk.

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Unix / VenturCom

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Venix 86/R plus Boston Software Works enhancements 2.0

Venix 86/R 2.0 for the DEC Rainbow with the Boston Software Works enhancements. These include a better UUCP, bug fixes to the compiler, multiple screen support, support for up to 2 Winchester drives of any type and programs from BSD and Usenet.

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Unix / SCO

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Xenix 286 dump 2.3.2b

SCO Xenix 2.3.2b for AT286/SCO Xenix x86 Development System 2.2.1a/SCO Xenix Computer Graphics Interface 1.1.0d/SCO Xenix On Line Manual Pages 2.2.0c/SCO Xenix Text Processing System 2.2.0b/SCO Lyrix 5.0.4a/Microsoft Word 3.0/Microsoft Multiplan 2.0/VS Cobol 1.2r7/SCO FoxBASE 1.0/Microsoft BASIC 5.41

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