Imagine my surprise when I found the following in a box in my basement:
Excelan LAN Workplace was a TCP/IP stack for early versions of Xenix 386. I have both this opened box and another sealed box in my possession (which I may sell sometime in the near future).
Unexpected finds like this are what I live for! Whenever I feel as though my computer hobby is stagnating, I come across something like this that will rekindle the fire!
Finding floppy images for SCO Xenix 386 wasn’t a difficult task. I have version 2.3.1 downloaded, but I think that includes TCP/IP capabilities. If so, I’ll hunt for an even older release of Xenix so I can play around with LWP.
After which, I’ll have to look through the lab to see if I have a 386 on which to install Xenix.
Unfortunately, I won’t have time to play with this stuff during the Retrochallenge Winter Warmup, so consider this my entry into the 2014 Summer Retrochallenge!