Re: SCO (again) and Gartner
Date: Mon, 18 Aug 2003 09:32:33 +0100
"Alan Hughes" <email@example.com> writes:
> Could be honest stupidity on the part of SCO's legal beagles. AFAIK Linus
> used Xenix on the PC that he initially developed Linux on, and in fact for a
> long while you needed a Xenix platform to bootstrap Linux on. Also Linux
> initially only supported the Xenix file system (at lest until the ext file
> system was developed).
Minix, not Xenix.
- Re: Xenix Filesystem
... >> Linux doesn't understand divvy, so to mount a xenix fs under linux, ... filesystem, I don't know if a dd copy of a filesystem in a divvy partition ...
- Re: Trying to add fat32 partiton to 5.0.6
... No version of OSR5 supports FAT32. ... Linux supports one of OSR5's native filesystems, FAT16 is probably ... xenix is little better than dos in that filenames are limited to 14 ...
- Re: Alternative to SCO
... Just to point out for those unfamiliar with Xenix, ... a 320M Xenix system IS huge when you remember all the options you ... hd transplant for linux to read - linux can mount xenix fs's but it can't ... tar/cpio to floppies - yep, ...
- Re: SCO (again) and Gartner
... AFAIK ... >> used Xenix on the PC that he initially developed Linux on, ... >> long while you needed a Xenix platform to bootstrap Linux on. ...
- Re: phantom files
... Florian Diesch schreef: ... When Linux was invented there were at least three commercial Unices ... for i386 (SCO Unix, Scenix and Xenix), and 386BSD was in development. ... when high-end graphics meant SGI. ...