From: (Warren Toomey)
Subject: Free UNIX Binary Licenses from SCO
Date: 1996/12/04
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sender: (Warren Toomey)
organization: Australian Defence Force Academy

SCO have just issued free binary licenses for 5th, 6th and 7th Edition UNIX
(the ones written by Ken, Dennis et al. at Bel Labs). Details on
the license, and how to get the binaries for these old systems are
available at
You will also find several simulators there which can run these old
systems, if you don't happen to have a PDP-11 lying around :-)

If you're interested in low-cost source licenses from SCO, please fill
out the source license survey linked to the web page above.



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