Interactive Unix


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Interactive Unix

A Unix-based operating system from Sun that runs on x86 machines. It has been widely used to connect character-based terminals or process control devices, such as barcode readers in a supermarket, to a central computer.
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While we already provide a full range of services for all SunSoft products, the specific INTERACTIVE UNIX installation and configuration program allows us to focus on our expertise in professional services.
Customers who want Solaris x86 or INTERACTIVE UNIX installation service can call a single-source SunSoft 800 number and their calls will be directed to the appropriate service provider.
These new products bridge the wide gap that existed between INTERACTIVE UNIX System and SCO UNIX users and the Solaris operating system, and offers them an easy and inexpensive way to get from here to there.
2, INTERACTIVE UNIX System, and SCO UNIX applications, enabling users to run thousands of existing programs, including nearly 500 optimized 32-bit applications written to run on Solaris x86 platforms natively.
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