This directory contains various fixes, hints etc. which are specific
to certain products/situations but which are not really problems with
the iBCS emulator or fixable in it.
The presence of files here should not be taken to imply that problems
actually exist with any product, nor should they be taken to imply
that anyone supports the product under Linux.
iBCS Emulation for Linux
The Intel Binary Compatibility Specification, or iBCS, specifies the
interfaces between application programs and the surrounding operating
system environment for i386 based systems. There are however several
flavours of iBCS in use - SVR4, SVR3 plus several vendor specific
extensions to SVR3 which are slightly different and incompatible. The
Usage: lnxstamp file ...
This program scans the list of files specified on the command
line and for all those that appear to be executable but have a machine
type of 0 it changes the machine type to 100. Old (very old) Linux
linkers left the machine type as 0 and there are still old binaries
around (use the magic file in this directory and 'file' your /bin and
* What is a virtual system?
A virtual system is wher
Xenix 286 Emulation
iBCS EMULATION FOR LINUX
Wed Nov 12 22:28:19 GMT/BST 1997
* Added the SCO-ish syscall shortcut to the socksys
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