From: Paul Jakma (Paul.Jakma at domain Digital.com)
Date: Wed 04 Aug 1999 - 12:09:22 IST
paul.jakma at domain compaq.com
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> What SCO did (eventually) was to provide a CD ("Skunkware" IIRC)
DEC did the same thing. Every Digital Unix since at least 4.0d came with a
'freeware for digital unix' cd.
John Hall said in an interview, before he left cpq, that they were
considering putting GNOME on Tru64 per default.. i hope they do. Unix
vendors tend to stand still for too long imo, so it'd be nice to see this.
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