SunOS was a UNIX based OS derived from BSD. Initially released in 1982, it was the standard OS on Sun Machines at that time. Platforms supported by this OS were the Motorola 68000, the Sun 386i, and the SPARC. SunOS machines are still actually in use today powering dams and bread factories.

SunOS took a shift starting with version 5.0, which changed its base from BSD to Unix System V Release 4, and became Solaris. The last release under the SunOS name was Version 4.1.4, released in November 1994.

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SunOS 2.x runs on Sun-2 m68k machines.


Category: Operating System
Platform: Unix
Release: 1985
End of Life: Unknown
RAM: Unknown
Disk Space: Unknown
Required CPU: Sun-2
Type: Console (Text)


Name Version Size Language Architecture Contents
SunOS 2.0 (Tape) [Sun-2]  2.0 5.79 MB English m68k File Archive
SunOS 2.2 (Upgrade) (Tape) [Sun-2]  Upgrade 2.2 (Upgrade) 33.86 KB English m68k File Archive