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From: i...@noc.monolit.com (Igor Korsakov)
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Subject: UnixWare binaries on Linux ???
Date: 1 Mar 1995 18:56:08 GMT
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Is it possible to run Unixware 1.1 binaries on Linux ???

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Igor Korsakov, Ph.D , CNA
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From: lecu...@paul.rutgers.edu (Maureen Lecuona)
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Subject: Re: UnixWare binaries on Linux ???
Date: 2 Mar 1995 16:06:56 -0500
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i...@noc.monolit.com (Igor Korsakov) writes:

>Is it possible to run Unixware 1.1 binaries on Linux ???

Well, er, the answer is yes, but not bug free.  I run cscope
on kernel 1.0.9 from Unixware 1.1 and I have found that as
long as I don't enter any cscope commands that 
wind up putting me under vi to edit source, I am okay.

Otherwise, the process sort of goes haywire and you
lose the ability to get back to cscope once you
leave vi.

I am pretty sure there are probably other things that
other people can point out...

Maureen Lecuona
lecu...@paul.rutgers.edu

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From: ja...@purplet.demon.co.uk (Mike Jagdis)
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* In message <3j5c1g$...@paul.rutgers.edu>, Maureen Lecuona said:

ML> I am pretty sure there are probably other things that
ML> other people can point out...

I wish they would. There is a mailing list linux-ib...@vger.rutgers.edu that 
is just *dying* from lack of bug reports...

                                Mike  

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From: lecu...@paul.rutgers.edu (Maureen Lecuona)
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Subject: Re: UnixWare binaries on Linux ???
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ja...@purplet.demon.co.uk (Mike Jagdis) writes:

>* In message <3j5c1g$...@paul.rutgers.edu>, Maureen Lecuona said:

>ML> I am pretty sure there are probably other things that
>ML> other people can point out...

>I wish they would. There is a mailing list linux-ib...@vger.rutgers.edu that 
>is just *dying* from lack of bug reports...

>                                Mike  
> 


Well, Mike, that's because when I did post, I got no response at all.

Thus perhaps this list should die.  Insofar as it seems to be unlisted
in the docs for 941209, I can't even recall how it was that I found out
about it... 

I think ibcs2 has a ton of potential, because, if we want linux to
become a truly popular os, we must have more commercial products
available that are also available in the commercial UNIX environment.
In that way, many programmers can run linux to develop for other
versions of unix and MS Windows environments, and small and mid-size
companies can start to consider linux as a cheap alternative.  

But, at present, ibcs does not appear to be ready.  Perhaps
when it is out of BETA status, the glitches will be ironed out.

PS. The mailing list needs to be publicized quite a bit more...

Maureen Lecuona
lecu...@paul.rutgers.edu




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||          || For the world that made us, none is good enough.    -Edward Abbey
|| lecuona  || Those who dream of the joys of living in a space colony should 
||          || live in a space colony.                             -Edward Abbey  

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