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From: ste...@tyrell.net (Steve Miller)
Subject: Upgrade SLS .99.12 to current
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I dug up my old copy of SLS .99.12 and installed it without too much 
trouble. Now I see everyone discussing 1.50 What are the advantages
to upgrading and what is the least painful way to do it? Is there a
way to just upgrade, or do I need to re-install? I dread the thought 
of downloading all those disks again! 

Will I get SCO Unix binary compatibility with this upgrade? Or is 
that a seperate package I can add to my installation?

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From: ja...@purplet.demon.co.uk (Mike Jagdis)
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Subject: Re: Upgrade SLS .99.12 to current
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* In message <CxBCqr....@tyrell.net>, Steve Miller said:

SM> I am still interested in running SCO Unix binaries. Any info
SM> on that?

tsx-11.mit.edu:/pub/linux/ALPHA/ibcs2

                        Mike

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