The XENIX Operating System is a powerful multiuser, multitasking system of programs for your computer. It takes the place of your existing Operating System and gives your computer the power of a much larger and more expensive machine.
To do its work, the XENIX Operating System must be installed on your computer’s hard disk. This allows the system to take controlof your computer whenever you turn it on ...
The complete XENIX System is a set of three distribution systems:
The XENIX Operating System
The XENIX Text Processing System
The XENIX Development System
The Operating System contains the XENIX programs you need to create user accounts, manage file systems and perform system maintenance tasks.
The Text Processing System contains the XENIX programs used to create, edit, and typeset documents.
The Development System contains the XENIX programs you need to create, compile, link, and debug assembly and high-level language programs.
You install each package separately. Installation of the XENIX Operating System is required before you can install the Text Processing or Development Systems.
The Santa Cruz Operation, Inc. (1984). The XENIX Operation System Installation Guide for the Apple Lisa 2. (pg. 1-1).