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Re: Status and future of 3rd party ABI compatibility layer

On Fri, Feb 25, 2011 at 10:35:12PM +0100, Joerg Sonnenberger wrote:
> FreeBSD (does it even handle FreeBSD 4?)



Jan Schaumann might know when this last was used in the wild.

> SVR3

This was actually very good at one point -- I managed to use it to install
and run Oracle!  But I do not think we can easily build tests since we
cannot check the shared libraries into our tree.

> SVR4

 = Solaris.  Same shared library problem.  Also used to work quite well.

> Ultrix

This is so simple, it is probably worth keeping.  And the platform had
no shared libraries, which removes a major impediment to (legal) use.

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