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Thread: SCO Unix circa 1995

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    Default SCO Unix circa 1995

    I am trying to recover files from a back-up floppy for the Breez database which ran on a SCO Unix system circa 1995. What file system type would they be written in and how can I make Linux recognize it? Anybody?

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    To guess, I'd think it was ext2, but I think that's a linux-only file system. It could be HPFS. Linux should read it with the "sysvfs" driver.

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    The disks contain system back up files of the Breeze business management software produced by Raima Systems of Canada. I think they were ASCII files. Is that possible? In any case they were not the customer data I am seeking. Now I am examining the back up tapes.

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