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Acorn R140 RISC Ix User Guide

Published December 1988: Issue 1

Part Number 0483,708

This guide is an introduction to the use of RISC iX - Acorn's own implementation of the UNIX operating system.
Early sections describe UNIX per se for people who have never used UNIX before, introducing the most popular commands, programs and tools of the UNIX operating system.
Later sections contain more specialist information on text editing, networking, communication, the windowing environment plus information on where to find out more about your workstation.

Reference Number : 1 85250 058 1

Date Published : December 1988

Manufacturer : Acorn






This exhibit has a reference ID of CH34490. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

Acorn R140 RISC Ix User Guide

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