SCO Unix 3.2 3.2

Category: OS
Year: 1989
Description: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.
Manufacturer: SCO
Localization: EN
OS: Unix

Files to download

#6230SCO Unix 3.2.r013.4 MB0xB4296E51
#6231SCO Unix 3.2.r021.8 MB0x102AA048
#6228SCO Unix 3.2.rar3.4 MB0x4B015061Fake?
#6643SCO Unix.ZIP1.2 MB0x91BB5A83

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On Monday April 28, 2014 pka said:

Archive is broken: part [SCO Unix 3.2.r00] is missed.

On Monday September 9, 2013  said:

how can i download SCO Unix 3.2.r00 ?

On Sunday January 10, 2010  said:

HAH! I used​83bun1.Z as N1 disk and the bastard booted =) Can't get the drivers for the scsi card to work, but anyways...

On Saturday January 9, 2010  said:

Same problem. Btw. You can get the n1, n2 and m1 disks from​nts/, but they don't work either. Hardware compatibility issue perhaps. I'm trying to boot it under vmware workstation...

On Friday October 23, 2009  said:

I get a similar issue, but I think it's in the program on disk 1 that loads disk 2, not disk 2 itself.

On Thursday October 1, 2009 panagiotis said:

Hi i have a problem after boot with N1 disk and putting N2 disk and pressing the enter in this message:Insert N2(filesystem) floppy and press after by this(pressing enter) the system is reboot!!
please help!!