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Re: PDP-11 UNIX Sources
I found a copy of Lion's book at the Computer Literacy Bookshop in Vienna VA
about a year ago. I immediately bought a copy. I had heard of this book
but never actually saw a copy.
BTW, Computer Literacy is a really cool bookstore if you're ever in the
Washington area. It started as three stores in the Silicon Valley and this
is their first store on the East coast. It is huge and has about every
computer book in print. They also have guest speakers a couple of times a
month. Donald Knuth was even one of the guest speakers once.
From: Aron Insinga <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Thursday, July 16, 1998 4:54 PM
Subject: PDP-11 UNIX Sources
>Gary mentioned printing the PDP-11 sources on the
>UDCC Xerox-1200 printer. You can buy a copy of
>_Lions' Commentary on UNIX(R) 6th Edition, with Source Code_
>by John Lions *without showing a copy of your UNIX source license*
>(as was originally the case for this book). Forward by Dennis Ritchie.
>ISBN 1-57398-013-7. <http://www.peer-to-peer.com>.
>$29.95+tax at SoftPro Books in Burlington, MA.
>I think it was $34.95 [no tax] at Barnes & Noble in Nashua, NH.
>I didn't check amazon.com or bookpool.com (which only has
>technical books but, unlike amazon.com, always has a discount).