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Subject: Announcing: HP-UX/9000 is now available
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Date: Fri, 8-Jul-83 17:07:55 EDT
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HP-UX/9000  (Series 500) was released to production  and first  customer
shipments  today.  The HP9000 Series  500/600/700  is  Hewlett-Packard's
32-bit minicomputer  available in desktop, rack, and pod configurations.
It features one to three CPUs, one to three IOPs (I/O  processors),  and
up to 2.5Mb of main memory.  HP-UX is a family of products  derived from
and  compatible  with  Bell  System  III,  with bug fixes  and  improved
documentation.  It includes:

	* Native kernel, compatible with standard UN*X, including VM.
	* About 200 core commands, most from System III, plus additions.
	* C, HP Fortran/77, and HP Pascal compilers.
	* DGL (2D device independent graphics).
	* AGP (3D device independent graphics).
	* Local Area Network (LAN), based on Ethernet.
	* Async (aterm, cu, and uucp).
	* Remote Job Entry (RJE).

Sorry if you find this too  "commercial"  for the Net.  I'm just posting
it for-your-interest.

Alan Silverstein, Hewlett-Packard Fort Collins Systems Division, Colorado
ucbvax!hplabs!hpfcld!ajs, 303-226-3800 x3053, N 40 31'31" W 105 00'43"

			  SCO's Case Against IBM

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talks about the lawsuit's impact and attacks. Jason Holt, student and 
Linux user, talks about the benefits of code availability and the merits 
of the SCO vs IBM lawsuit. See SCO vs IBM.

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