PC-UX

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Not to be confused with PC/IX for IBM PC XT.

PC-UX was a NEC port of UNIX System III[1] for their APC III[2] and PC-9801 personal computer. It had extensive graphics capability. PC-UX and MS-DOS could reside on the same hard drive. It also had file transfer utilities that allowed files between PC-UX and MS-DOS. There was the PC-UX Softcard which allowed extremely high performance, reliability and memory utilization.[citation needed]

In 1985, the suggested retail price for PC-UX on APC III was $700.[2]

NEC's subsequent port of UNIX System V was called PC-UX/V.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b http://www006.upp.so-net.ne.jp/tati/docs/48summary.txt
  2. ^ a b Creative Computing, Volume 11 Number 02 (February 1985), [1], page 62

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