In article <1994Nov28.210333 at hmivax>, bailey at genetics.upenn.edu says...
>>In article <1994Nov28.161608.723 at chmeds.ac.nz>, gordon at chmeds.ac.nz writes:
>> A mixed group of scientists here has proposed purchasing GCG, running on
>> an Alpha workstation of some description.
>>Finally, if you've settled on an AXP, the decision isn't as binding as it
>otherwise be - if you decide to changes OSs in the future, just install the
>new software. If your university participates in DEC's educational
>programs, the cost of the changeover will probably be small.
Just a general question about the Unix version of GCG. Is it posix (sp?)
compliant and will it run under Windows NT on the Alpha workstation?
It seems to me that this would be a great system since the computer
could be put to use as a "general" Windows computer when it is not
being used to run the GCG package (something thats not easy with VMS).
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