AIX (Advanced Interactive eXecutive) is a Unix port originally developed by IBM and released in 1986 for the IBM RT 6150, a RISC based desktop workstation. It was later ported to the RS/6000, POWER, and PowerPC platforms as well as IBM System i, System/370 mainframes, and the PS/2 personal computers, and the Apple Network Server.
Have something to share about AIX? Tell us! Comments on any WinWorld articles are welcome over on WinBoards, WinWorld's discussion forum.
AIX PS2 is a port of IBM's AIX Unix to their 32-bit 386 IBM PS/2 computers. 1.3 was the final version of AIX PS2.
|End of Life:||Unknown|
|Required CPU:||Intel 386|