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From: ja...@gel.ulaval.ca (Jacques Tremblay)
Subject: SCO Binaries
Date: 1995/04/22
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Hi,

	How can I make SCO binaries run under Linux? To try it, I got
a SCO binary of gzip but it doesn't work. Do I have to install a module
to make these binaries work ?

Thanks
Jacques Tremblay

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From: jlna...@isscad.com (Jim Nance)
Subject: Re: SCO Binaries
Date: 1995/04/26
Message-ID: <3nm308$df5@firewall.isscad.com>#1/1
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references: <D7Eyqu.4rv@athena.ulaval.ca>
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In article <D7Eyqu....@athena.ulaval.ca>, ja...@gel.ulaval.ca (Jacques Tremblay) 
writes:
> Hi,
> 
> 	How can I make SCO binaries run under Linux? To try it, I got
> a SCO binary of gzip but it doesn't work. Do I have to install a module
> to make these binaries work ?

Yes, you need the ibcs module.  Look at tsx-11.mit.edu:/pub/linux/BETA/ibcs2

jim

From: thana...@iastate.edu (Bradley C Karsjens)
Subject: Re: SCO Binaries
Date: 1995/05/03
Message-ID: <3o75fj$9ee@news.iastate.edu>#1/1
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references: <D7Eyqu.4rv@athena.ulaval.ca> <3nm308$df5@firewall.isscad.com>
organization: Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa USA
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In article <3nm308$...@firewall.isscad.com>,
Jim Nance <jlna...@isscad.com> wrote:
>In article <D7Eyqu....@athena.ulaval.ca>, ja...@gel.ulaval.ca (Jacques Tremblay) 
writes:
>> Hi,
>> 
>> 	How can I make SCO binaries run under Linux? To try it, I got
>> a SCO binary of gzip but it doesn't work. Do I have to install a module
>> to make these binaries work ?
>
>Yes, you need the ibcs module.  Look at tsx-11.mit.edu:/pub/linux/BETA/ibcs2
>
>jim
>

	How about... SCO drivers with this system? is it possible? The
main goal being running the intel etherexpress pro driver, as linux
doesn't even seem to have an alpha, due to information scarcity.

			---Brad Karsjens

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From: Mike Jagdis <ja...@purplet.demon.co.uk>
Subject: Re: SCO Binaries
Date: 1995/05/04
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* In message <3o75fj$...@news.iastate.edu>, Bradley C Karsjens said:

BK>         How about... SCO drivers with this system? is it
BK> possible?

Don't be silly :-). To get a driver to work you would have to emulate 
*internal* kernel interfaces and structures. To do this with any degree of 
success for anything more than a specific driver for which you have the 
source code you're going to have to sign NDAs and buy a source license...

                                Mike

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