System V (by AT&T) is the ancestral Unix, and I have used it. But I have never read or heard anything about systems I-IV, other than they existed once upon a time in the dim past. How effective ...
I want to transfer a big file of 70MB to a virtual machine running an ancient unix(at&t 2.1 ),no cdrom driver,no ufs disk(linux give me error when i try to mount systemV ufs,with ufs 43bsd ok),no ...
On old sysVR4 i will format floppies as so 1.44 MB floppy mkfs -F ufs /dev/dsk/f03ht 2560 1.2MB Floppy mkfs -F ufs /dev/dsk/f13dt 2440 The 2440 and 2560 are calculated with 512*4 and 512*5 ...
Work has a Linux stock/erp custom system that uses the Unix System V (Solaris, SCO, HP-UX) lpsched program that someone who used to work here compiled for RHEL/CentOS 5 i686 (I have no idea why or how)...