This is the Windows app named ibcs-us whose latest release can be downloaded as ibcs-us-4.1.6.tar.gz. It can be run online in the free hosting provider OnWorks for workstations.
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Wine is a way to run Windows software on Linux, but with no Windows required. Wine is an open-source Windows compatibility layer that can run Windows programs directly on any Linux desktop. Essentially, Wine is trying to re-implement enough of Windows from scratch so that it can run all those Windows applications without actually needing Windows.
This replaces of https://sourceforge.net/projects/ibcs64/. It is the same thing implemented in user-space. iBCS64 is a fork of https://sourceforge.net/projects/linux-abi/ that ported it to amd64.
All available documentation can be read online at http://ibcs-us.sourceforge.net/
In summary: if you run "ibcs program args", where "program" is a statically linked binary (elf, coff, elf) that ran on Xenix, SCO SVR4, SVR4, wyse or similar operating system, there is a chance it will run under Linux.
If it doesn't run you can probably get it to run if you have a platform it does run on and know C. See the README.txt in the source for more information.
- Runs on any version of Linux that supports rt_sigaction, which is every verison from 2.2 onwards.
- Runs on both amd64 and x86.
- Doesn't use any library except those required by the compiler (-lgcc for gcc).
- Has no run runtime dependencies whatsoever.
- The emuation runs at native speed (it is as fast as the previous kernel implementation).
- All options are controlled via the command line each time a program is run. There are no compile time options, nor are there any global options like kernel module settings that effect all programs.
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