DOCUMENT ID: 0926-03 SYNOPSIS: Interactive Unix minimum hardware requirements OS: Interactive PLATFORM: Intel OS VERSION: 3.x, 4.x TECH AREA: Hardware PRODUCT: Interactive Unix KEYWORDS: minimum hardware requirement DESCRIPTION: To successfully install and use the Interactive Unix Operating System you must have the following hardware components: SOLUTION: 1. 386, 486 AT, EISA or Microchannel architecture platform. 2. 4 megabytes of 32-bit Random Access Memory is enough to install, but at least 8 megabytes is recommended. 3. One fixed disk of at least 60 MB capacity is required. A 60-100 MB or larger fixed disk is strongly recommended. 4. A hard disk controller or SCSI host adapter supported by the Interactive Unix System is required. For a full list of supported controllers, refer to the Interactive Unix Hardware Compatibility Guide. 5. A high-density drive that supports 5 1/4 inch or 3 1/2 inch media is required. Interactive Unix will only install from Drive A, so when ordering media make sure it matches the size of Drive A. Note: The complete distribution is available only on 3.5 inch diskettes or tape. 6. A monochrome, Hercules, CGA, VGA, or EGA display adapter and monitor, or other display that correctly emulates one or more of those video standards, is required. DATE APPROVED: 08/07/97
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