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Unix in Redmond

Back in the early '80s, there was a Unix port called Xenix that was 
developed by Microsoft. It was later spun off to SCO.
Frank Ramsay wrote:
> I read this earlier today.  I don't know now much of this
> to believe.  We all know they are running some Unix (Hotmail)
> but there is no proof offered in the article (which would be 
> better described as a gossip column)  Of course we all
> _want_ to believe this so it's hard not to
> > Here's an excerpt from Bob Cringely's article in InforWorld last Friday.
> > The full article is at
> > 
> >
Jerry Feldman <gaf at>
Boston Linux and Unix user group

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