SCO and Linux

SCO and Linux

Post by J.J. Paijma » Wed, 29 Jun 1994 18:23:38



Every once in a while I hear references to the fact that SCO binaries
and/or the SCO filesystem can be read/executed under Linux, but
I can't find no clues in FAQ's or HOWTO's.
As I have a complete SCO sitting somewhere on a pile of disks, my
interest is not purely academic.
Anybody any idea?
Paai.

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SCO and Linux

Post by Howard P. Hens » Thu, 30 Jun 1994 23:51:18


: Every once in a while I hear references to the fact that SCO binaries
: and/or the SCO filesystem can be read/executed under Linux, but
: I can't find no clues in FAQ's or HOWTO's.
: As I have a complete SCO sitting somewhere on a pile of disks, my
: interest is not purely academic.
: Anybody any idea?

        This is probly still most unhelpful but my friend said that the
SCO binary format is still under alpha stages of development and that it
was available via ftp but from where I havn't a clue. Maybe when I see
him again I could find out.

        Howard

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SCO and Linux

Post by Mike Jagd » Fri, 01 Jul 1994 08:54:00



JP> Every once in a while I hear references to the fact that SCO
JP> binaries and/or the SCO filesystem can be read/executed under Linux,
JP> but I can't find no clues in FAQ's or HOWTO's.
JP> As I have a complete SCO sitting somewhere on a pile of
JP> disks, my interest is not purely academic.
JP> Anybody any idea?

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