Re: Microsoft and Xenix.

Date: Sun Jun 24 2001 - 21:51:03 EST

Sorry, but I'm hanging on to my old computer manuals. The AIX manuals in
particular have sentimemtal value for me.

OTOH, I have quite a few old computer magazines (from the 80's) like Byte,
Infoworld, etc. I've been intending to get rid of them for some time now, but
hated just to throw them away. They're in storage in a neighboring state right
now, but my wife probably will be driving there in the next couple of weeks to
pick up a few things. If you're interested, she could bring back the magazines
and I can tell you exactly what I have. You're welcome to them if you want


Rob Landley <> on 06/24/2001 09:32:43 AM

Please respond to

To: Wayne Brown/Corporate/Altec@Altec, John Adams <>

Subject: Re: Microsoft and Xenix.

On Saturday 23 June 2001 22:41, wrote:
> Ah, yes, the RT/PC. That brings back some fond memories. My first
> exposure to Unix was with AIX on the RT. I still have some of those
> weird-sized RT AIX manuals around somewhere...
> Wayne

Ooh! Old manuals!

Would you be willing to part with them?

I am collecting old manuals, and old computing magazines. I even pay for
postage, with a bit of warning that they're coming...


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