Xenix SysV 386 v3.x

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, Microsoft Multiplan 2.x and Microsoft Multiplan 3.x, Microsoft Word 3.0 and Microsoft Word 5.x, and FoxBase Plus 1.00

Please note that version numbering is all over the place depending on the vendor.

Wanted: More ports for different platforms.

Installation instructions

If these ask for a license key, try: Sn: SOT552746 Ak: kqpzdsso

Product type
OS
Release date
1988
Minimum CPU
386
User interface
Text
Platform
Unix

Downloads

Download Name Version Language CPU File type File size
SCO UNIX System V-386 3.2 (r3.2.2n) (3.5-1.44m) 3.2 (r3.2.2n) English x86-32 3½ Floppy 13.78MB
SCO UNIX System V-386 3.2 (r3.2.4l) (3.5-1.44m) 3.2 (r3.2.4l) English x86-32 3½ Floppy 19.73MB
SCO UNIX System V-386 3.2 (r3.2.4n) (CD) [Compaq OEM] V-386 3.2 (r3.2.4n) [Compaq OEM] English x86-32 CD 94.99MB
SCO UNIX System V-386 3.2 (r3.2.4y) (3.5-1.44m) 3.2 (r3.2.4y) English x86-32 3½ Floppy 15.33MB
SCO UNIX System V-386 4.0 [Olivetti LSX5000] (3.5-1.44m) 4.0 [Olivetti LSX5000] English x86-32 3½ Floppy 5.21MB
SCO Unix System V 386 r3.2 4.2 (3.5) System V 386 r3.2 4.2 English x86-32 3½ Floppy 50.67MB

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