[REQUEST] AT&T Unix SVR4 3.0 or newest

The AT&T 386 Unix was one of the latest "real" unix or near to original version(released by Bell Labs/AT&T Bell labs in 70).
The version on the net(found on torrent,and a lot of other site) in 4.0 2.1..the problem is: is incomplete!
Lack of :man pages,X11(yes,unix in 80 had gui called OpenLook,similar to CDE),tcp/ip and even man pages!
The request is: someone had the 3.0 version?As i Know 3.0 exist,3.1 "probably" exist,and 3.2 is not AT&T
but SCO(which take unix license from at&t and "combine" AT&T unix and Xenix).
Here you can see the 3.0 version

http://unixlegacy.blogspot.it/2015/02/a ... ase-4.html

Comments

  • Why not download some of the operiating systems that incorperated SVR4 into their systems? SCO/Unixware, SunOS 5 (Solaris 2), HP-UX, and NEW-OS. It will be much easier to download the incorperated ones rather than go on a safari hunt, just to find it wont work...
  • birdy wrote:
    Why not download some of the operiating systems that incorperated SVR4 into their systems? SCO/Unixware, SunOS 5 (Solaris 2), HP-UX, and NEW-OS. It will be much easier to download the incorperated ones rather than go on a safari hunt, just to find it wont work...
    I already used SunoS,solaris,aix and hp-ux and i'm certified as sysadmin junior on those system,and even on Linux.
    The only reason for using systemV at&t is retrocomputing passion,nothing else.
    :)
  • I read somewhere there is a unix(still updated and manteined)
    by ncr corporation/teradata
    In this post you can see the login screen,identical to at&T unix
    http://www.unix.com/filesystems-disks-a ... p-ras.html

    Is called mp-ras ncr or systemVr4 3.0
    of course no iso,no possibility to download and i think works only on ncr machines
    not x86 pc
  • edited November 29

    Update: a version 3.2.3 exist but..unavaliable on the net
    It was selled via ebay some month ago
    https://www.ebay.com/itm/UNIX-System-V-386-Release-3-2-3-18-floppies-AT-T-/292600730857?nordt=true

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