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Amiga as a Unix workstation. [message #282346] Tue, 21 January 1986 19:56
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From: Mike (I'll be mellow when I'm dead) Meyer 

	From: alice!sgt@caip.rutgers.edu (Steve Tell)

	Another solution is to write a unix program called a "multiplexor"
	that communicates with various unix shells.  On 8th edition

There is a multiplexor for the Unix end. John Bruner (jdb@s1-c.arpa)
wrote just such a package for the Macintosh called UW. Works like a
charm. I'm currently in the middle of trying to put the UW multiplexor
protocols into AmigaTerm, so that we'll have a mux for the Amiga end.

BTW, since this works on the Macintosh under the standard Mac
OS, it should work under TOS/GEM on the ST.

	  

		
		
		
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