Low-end Unix (was: TI99: Anyone reading this with a TI-99/4A?)

From: Allison J Parent <allisonp_at_world.std.com>
Date: Thu May 7 06:40:05 1998

I have heard tell (from a very reliable source) of a version of Unix
<written for the Radio Shack Model 100 (8085, 32K max). (And no, it's no
<available, and yes, he's tried to get the company that did it to release

Call me skeptical, 8085 is far less code efficient that z80.

<I thought someone had said that CP/M was based on Unix? Or was that on
<of the PDP opsys?

CP/M was based on OS/8 and RT-11, it is very un-unix. DEC Ultrix-11 and
Ultrix-32 are both unix based on BSD versions.

Received on Thu May 07 1998 - 06:40:05 BST

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