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 In the early days of Amix there were talks of Sun Microsystems selling Amiga Unix machines (the prototype Amiga 3500) as a low-end Unix workstations under their brand, making Commodore their OEM manufacturer. This deal was let down by Commodore'​s Mehdi Ali, not once but twice and finally Sun gave up their interest. In the early days of Amix there were talks of Sun Microsystems selling Amiga Unix machines (the prototype Amiga 3500) as a low-end Unix workstations under their brand, making Commodore their OEM manufacturer. This deal was let down by Commodore'​s Mehdi Ali, not once but twice and finally Sun gave up their interest.
  
-Lead developer of Unix SVR4 port and distribution for Amiga computers was Michael Ditto (Unix Systems Software Architect at Commodore 1988-1991).+Lead developer of Unix SVR4 port and distribution for Amiga computers was Michael Ditto (Unix Systems Software Architect at Commodore 1988-1991). Mentioned in the Amiga Developer docs as "Unix Technical Support Specialist"​ at CATS was David Miller.
  
 {{ :​a3000ux_born_to_run_unix_svr4.pdf |}} A3000UX - Born to Run Unix SVR4. Original Commodore brochure. **Wanted: better quality version of this - please contact if you can provide one!** {{ :​a3000ux_born_to_run_unix_svr4.pdf |}} A3000UX - Born to Run Unix SVR4. Original Commodore brochure. **Wanted: better quality version of this - please contact if you can provide one!**
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