SCO support for Xenix (or lack of).
jeff at hobbes.C2S.MN.ORG
Mon Mar 26 06:58:02 AEST 1990
In article <2609352D.C52 at tct.uucp> chip at tct.uucp (Chip Salzenberg) writes:
> According to davidsen at sixhub.UUCP (bill davidsen):
> > In short, there was only one Xenix vendor, there are many UNIX
> >vendors, who offer price, performance, or stability advantages to some
> That's true of the Xenix users I know, and it's true of me too. Why
> should I buy Unix from SCO? Xenix is mature and stable. SCO Unix is
> brand new. Other than the far-too-much-security of SCO Unix, it
> offers nothing I can't get for less money elsewhere.
On this note, do any of the other Unix'es offer source
level debuggers? One of the main reasons SCO Unix is
attractive to me is Codeview. If I can somehow get
GDB running it won't be an issue, but I don't know
the chances of that yet. Some have said, "good luck".
Jeff Holmes DOMAIN: jeff at questar.mn.org
Questar Data Systems UUCP: amdahl!bungia!questar!jeff
St. Paul, MN 55121 AT&T: +1 612 688 0089
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