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Thanks to the efforts of the volunteers of the ``PDP-11 Unix Preservation Society'' (PUPS) and the willingness of The Santa Cruz Operation to make inexpensive personal source code licenses available, it is now possible to make the full source archives of the University of California at Berkeley's Computer Systems Research Group (CSRG) available.
The archive contains four CD-ROM's with the following content:
CD-ROM #1 - Berkeley Systems 1978 - 1986 1bsd 2.9pucc 4.1.snap 4.2buglist 2.10 2bsd 4.1a 4.3 2.79 3bsd 4.1c.1 VM.snapshot.1 2.8 4.0 4.1c.2 pascal.2.0 2.9 4.1 4.2 pascal.2.10 CD-ROM #2 - Berkeley Systems 1987 - 1993 4.3reno 4.4BSD-Lite1 net.1 4.3tahoe VM.snapshot.2 net.2 CD-ROM #3 - Final Berkeley Releases 4.4 4.4BSD-Lite2 CD-ROM #4 - Final /usr/src including SCCS files Contrib admin games local sys Makefile bin include old usr.bin README contrib lib sbin usr.sbin SCCS etc libexec shareThe University of California at Berkeley wants you to know that these CD-ROMs contain software developed by the University of California at Berkeley and its many contributors.
To obtain or use the CSRG Archive you must be covered by either a personal ``Special Software License Agreement for Ancient Unix Source Code'' or be covered by a Unix source license by your organization. Your organization can be covered by any of the 32/V, System III, or System V source licenses. Click here for information on how to obtain a personal ``Special Software License Agreement for Ancient Unix Source Code''. If you are claiming coverage under a personal license, your license contains your assigned ``Agreement Number'' which you need to use when ordering the CSRG Archive CD-ROM set.
The CD-ROM's are produced using standard pressing technology,