Unix Seventh Edition
Example V7 session
|Architecture:||PDP-11, Interdata 8/32|
These are the known platforms to run Unix v7
The PDP-11 was the primary platform which Unix v7 was written on. All other v7's can trace themselves back to this version.
The Interdata 8/32 was the first port to a 32 bit platform outside of Bell Labs.
The IBM PC port was done by Microsoft however they resold it to various other OEM's under the name Xenix. Eventually SCO bought the rights & the Microsoft division responsable for Xenix, along with a deal giving Microsoft a portion of all SCO sales.
A separate project aims to port V7 to the 80386 native; information can be found here.
Unix v7 does include some games..
arithmetic backgammon banner bcd bj checkers chess ching cubic fortune hangman lib maze moo ppt quiz reversi ttt words wump
How do I get this to run?!
Also be sure to check out the Setting Up Unix - Seventh Edition document that was included in the tape.
- V7 - distro at TUHS
- V7M - distro of the DEC V7M version at Bitsavers
- Unix Seventh Edition Manual, Volume 2 - everything except the 'man' pages
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