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Comp.os.research: Frequently answered questions [2/3: l/m 13 Aug 1996]
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From: Available software

[93-03-18-10-19.02] Microsoft is making sources of Windows NT
available under license to universities and research laboratories.
You should have the appropriate officials contact
<ntsrcreq@microsoft.com> to get started on this process.

Patrick Bridges' operating systems home page at
<URL:http://www.cs.arizona.edu/people/bridges/oses.html> is an
excellent source of information on a variety of other operating
systems.


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