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From: p...@kub.nl (J.J. Paijmans)
Newsgroups: comp.os.linux.misc
Subject: SCO and Linux
Date: 28 Jun 1994 09:23:38 GMT
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Every once in a while I hear references to the fact that SCO binaries
and/or the SCO filesystem can be read/executed under Linux, but
I can't find no clues in FAQ's or HOWTO's.
As I have a complete SCO sitting somewhere on a pile of disks, my
interest is not purely academic.
Anybody any idea?
Paai.

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From: ja...@purplet.demon.co.uk (Mike Jagdis)
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Subject: SCO and Linux
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Date: Wed, 29 Jun 1994 23:54:00 +0000
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* In message <2uoq6q$...@kubds1.kub.nl>, J. J. Paijmans said:

JP> Every once in a while I hear references to the fact that SCO
JP> binaries and/or the SCO filesystem can be read/executed under Linux,
JP> but I can't find no clues in FAQ's or HOWTO's.
JP> As I have a complete SCO sitting somewhere on a pile of
JP> disks, my interest is not purely academic.
JP> Anybody any idea?

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                                Mike