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From: hinnant@ittral.UUCP (David Hinnant)
Newsgroups: net.unix
Subject: Any NCR Tower usere out there?
Message-ID: <395@ittral.UUCP>
Date: Sat, 24-Mar-84 20:32:27 EST
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Posted: Sat Mar 24 20:32:27 1984
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  Has anybody used UNIX* on the NCR Tower ?  Is it real ?  Does it work?
What version of UNIX does it really have ?  How are the graphics ?  General
impressions ????  Reply to me and I'll summarize and post.

					David Hinnant
					ITT Telecom
					(919) 829-3033

* Of course, UNIX is TM, (c), etc. etc. blah blah of AT&T

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