A Docker image that drops you into 1st Edition Unix
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Unix, 1st Edition

Based on the Unix 1st Edition June 1972 source.

Building

You don't need to build yourself, you can just run the published Docker image. However if you do want to build it, just clone this repo and run make. You'll need a functioning dev environment (e.g., build-essential) and unzip in your path.

Usage

Interactively

docker run --rm -it bahamat/unix-1st-ed

Remotely

docker run -d -P bahamat/unix-1st-ed

Logging In

Type root at the login: prompt. If you're running remotely use docker ps to see which IP/port to telnet to.

Example:

$ docker run -d -P bahamat/unix-1st-ed
7138370d4670dbab9535ea4bb3816b6ca6d02d31d8e531def5c8555046aa8ce9
$ docker ps
CONTAINER ID        IMAGE                 COMMAND                CREATED             STATUS              PORTS                     NAMES
7138370d4670        bahamat/unix-1st-ed   "/bin/sh -c ./simh.c   25 seconds ago      Up 23 seconds       0.0.0.0:32769->5555/tcp   elated_bohr
$ telnet localhost 32769
Trying 127.0.0.1...
Connected to localhost.
Escape character is '^]'.


Connected to the PDP-11 simulator DCI device, line 0


login: root
# ls
bin
dev
etc
tmp
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