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Van anonymous

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15-04-2003, 18:56

Please, go to
www.cpmclub.de/zeitung/seite5.htm for example.
So... if Uzix is Uzi for MSX... You have a large collection of programs... already done. Like having a lot of developpers. :evil:
Interesting... Let me qoute from that page:

"UZI implements almost all of the 7th Edition functionality. All file I/O, directories, mountable file systems, user and group IDs, pipes, and applicable device I/O are supported. Process control (fork(), execve(), signal(), kill(), pause(), alarm(), and wait()) are fully supported. The number of processes is limited only by the swap space available. As mentioned above, UZI implements Unix well enough to run the Bourne shell in its full functionality. The only changes made to the shell's source code were to satisfy the limitations of the C compiler."

Now, from the UZIX page:

"UZIX implements almost all of the 7th Edition AT&T UNIX functionality. All file I/O, directories, mountable file systems, user and group IDs, pipes, and applicable device I/O are supported. Process control (fork(), execve(), signal(), kill(), pause(), alarm(), and wait()) are fully supported. The number of processes is limited only by the swap space available, with a maximum of 252 processes (total of 4096k memory). As mentioned, UZIX implements UNIX well enough to run the Bourne Shell in its full functionality. The only changes made to the shell's source code were to satisfy the limitations of the C compiler."

What a remarkable likeness! :P
Who can shed some light onto this? UZIX == UZI for msX? Are UZI applications binary compatible with UZIX?

Van snout

Ascended (15184)

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15-04-2003, 20:30

IIRC
UZIX = UZIX for MSX
UZI = UNIX for Zilog

hence

UZIX = UNIX for MSX Wink

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