Xenix was the variant of UNIX originally published by Microsoft, later sold to SCO. It added a variety of technical enhancements over System V Unix, including a menu-driven business shell. It was ported to many different platforms from a PDP-11 including the Altos 8600 (First x86 port), IBM PC, Intel System 86, TRS-80 Model 16, SCP Gazelle II, and Apple Lisa.
Software products include the Xenix Software Development System.
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This version of Xenix was sold by Tandy for their Tandy 16/Tandy 6000 series computers. These use the Motorola 68K CPU.
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|Tandy 68000 XENIX 3.0 Development System [Tandy 16-6000]||3.0 [Tandy 16-6000]||1.59 MB||English||m68k||File Archive|
|Tandy 68000 XENIX 3.2 (Upgrade) [Tandy 16-6000]||3.2 (Upgrade) [Tandy 16-6000]||996.5 KB||English||m68k||File Archive|
|Tandy 68000 XENIX Manuals [Tandy 16-6000]||[Tandy 16-6000]||68.84 MB||English||m68k||File Archive|