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UNIX Implementation for MSX

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UZIX 1.0 Downloads

UZIX Installation
  • UZIX 1.0 installation

  • UZIX installation program for harddisk and floppy. Contains kernel 1.0 and the latest version of Stack TCP/IP and applications (including network). A total of 100 applications for UZIX. Also includes UZLO bootloader installer. Download both setup.com (setup program - 5kb) and setup.dat (data file - 710kb). Check UZIX Installation Guide for more information.

UZIX diskimages
  • UZIX 1.0 disk image (251kb);

  • UZIX bootable 720kb disk image containing running kernel 1.0 with latest version of Stack TCP/IP and network applications (including dial-up and web-browser), shell and many utils in /bin. No password is required for root. Write 'help' at the prompt to get a list of shell built-in commands.

  • UZIX 1.0 for MSX1 disk image (for ACVS MegaRAMs) (251kb);

  • UZIX bootable 720kb disk image containing running kernel 1.0, targeted to MSX1 systems, with latest version of Stack TCP/IP and network applications (including dial-up and web-browser), shell and many utils in /bin. Requires an ACVS MegaRAM (128k minimum size) or any other with mirror-effect. System performance is very close to mapper version. No password is required for root. Write 'help' at the prompt to get a list of shell built-in commands.

  • UZIX 1.0 for MSX1 disk image (for DDX MegaRAMs) (251kb);

  • UZIX bootable 720kb disk image containing running kernel 1.0, targeted to MSX1 systems, with latest version of Stack TCP/IP and network applications (including dial-up and web-browser), shell and many utils in /bin. Requires a DDX MegaRAM (128k minimum size) or any other without mirror-effect. System performance is very very very bad due to the fact that these MegaRAMs haven't mirror effect. No password is required for root. Write 'help' at the prompt to get a list of shell built-in commands.

  • UZIX 1.0 applications disk image (170kb);

  • UZIX non-bootable 720kb disk image containing 41 new applications. Mount this disk with mount /dev/fd1 /mnt command from shell.

UZIX utilities
  • MSX-DOS-hosted UZIX disk utils (37 kb);

  • Contains UCP, a ftp-like program to access UZIX disks and exchange files with MSX-DOS (write '?' at the prompt to get a list of available commands), FSCK, an UZIX filesystem checker and MKFS, an UZIX filesystem maker. Use "ucp b:", "fsck b:" or "mkfs b: 1440 25" for running them into drive B.

  • UZIX-targeted Hitech-C compiler (290 kb);

  • Contains all the header files, libraries and compiler executable files needed to compile a C application for the UZIX operating system under a CP/M-compatible environment. Also includes compiler manual and general instructions.

  • UZIX-targeted Hitech-C compiler for Linux (1kb);

  • In fact, this is just a script to compile UZIX applications under Linux. To use this script you must install cpmemu version 0.2.1-mod3 or later (that can be found here - 120kb). Put the script in the same directory of Hitech-C compiler. Source files to be compiled must also be in the same directory of Hitech-C compiler.

  • Hitech-C compiler for Linux (10kb);

  • In fact, this is just a script to compile applications under Linux. To use this script you must install cpmemu version 0.2.1-mod3 or later (that can be found here - 120kb). With this script you can use subdirectories and specify paths for any #include directive on your sources. Also, source, header, library and executable files can be put in separate directories. This script is copyright Aurora 2002. Also available are a library utility and a sample Makefile.

  • UZIX-targeted Hitech-C compiler for MSX-DOS (143kb);

  • CP/M Hitech-C compiler adapted to MSXDOS by Pierre Gielen, using a modified C-command application to generate UZIX applications. Includes the source of C-command. Overwrite the Hitech-C compiler files with this package. Read file '!readme.txt' for syntax and available options. Source files to be compiled must be in the same directory of Hitech-C compiler.

  • UZIX-targeted Hitech-C compiler for MS-DOS (1kb);

  • In fact, this is just a batch file to compile UZIX applications under MS-DOS. To use this batch you must install 22NICE CP/M Emulator (that can be found here - 52kb). Put the batch file in the same directory of Hitech-C compiler. You also must use a patched version of Hitech-C linker for command-line lowercase. Source files to be compiled must also be in the same directory of Hitech-C compiler.

  • UZIX-targeted Hitech-C compiler for MS-DOS (1kb);

  • In fact, this is just a batch file to compile UZIX applications under MS-DOS. To use this batch you must install Z80MU CP/M Emulator (that can be found here - 87kb). Put the batch file in the same directory of Hitech-C compiler. You also must use a patched version of Hitech-C linker for command-line lowercase. Source files to be compiled must also be in the same directory of Hitech-C compiler. Z80MU allows faster compilation than 22NICE and also releases more memory to the compiler.

UZIX add-ons
  • Graphic UZLO 1.0 (8 kb);

  • The graphical version of UZLO, the UZIX bootloader. Execute program 'insguzlo' to install. If installing over text-based UZLO, uninstall it first. Graphic UZLO is copyright MSXPró 2001.

UZIX sources
  • UZIX kernel 1.0 source code (134 kb);

  • The complete UZIX kernel source code, including bootstraps and MS(X)DOS-hosted utilities. Released under GNU GPL license.

  • UZIX C library source code (239kb);

  • The complete UZIX C library source code, including standard libc, floating point and mathematical libraries and curses library.

  • UZIX applications source code (367 kb);

  • Complete source code of all available UZIX applications, including init, shells and more.