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Mas90 Level 3 Unix

Mas90 Level 3 Unix

Mas90 Level 3 Unix


I have a server with mas90 level 3 for unix loaded on it. My unix server runs SCO 5.0.5 OpenServer.

After 10 years our server has finally started showing signs of imminent failure and we need to upgrade to a new server as soon as possible.

A great switch would be to a linux system however, how do we get Mas90 onto linux system? Can it be ported over without a problem?

I don't want to pay for a new software because i am happy with Mas90. Also buying a new version of mas90 is out of the question.


RE: Mas90 Level 3 Unix

Which version of level 3 are you on? It goes from v3.01 to v3.71 Also do you still have your install disk and unlocking keys?

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RE: Mas90 Level 3 Unix

MAS 90 does not run on linux. You are lucky it lasted that long. Sage stopped making MAS 90 for UNIX so many years ago. When you say "buying a new version of MAS 90 is out of the question" what makes you say that?

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RE: Mas90 Level 3 Unix

I have found out that it is possible to run SCO 5.0.7 under a virtualization environment. Does anyone know whether Mas90_L3 for SCO will run in a virtualization server?


RE: Mas90 Level 3 Unix

So I finally found my Mas90 Level 3 is build 3.45c

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