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* [TUHS] "... interesting old-timey UNIXes ..." (cross post from geeks)
@ 2022-09-08 20:53 Grant Taylor via TUHS
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From: Grant Taylor via TUHS @ 2022-09-08 20:53 UTC (permalink / raw)
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The following comment was made on the geeks mailing list and I figured 
it was worth cross posting to the TUHS mailing list.  --  I'm BCCing the 
original poster so that they are aware of the cross post and in case 
they want to say more.

In related news that might entertain and inform, there are some
interesting old-timey UNIXes out there that I've come across recently




RUnix and Singlix:

I don't know if any of it should be included in the TUHS archives or 
not.  --  I figure discussing it on TUHS is the best way to find out.

P.S.  Re-sending to the correct TUHS email address.  Somehow I had 
something on file reflecting the old server.  :-/

Grant. . . .
unix || die

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