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I have a computer system by Intergraph.  It is run a UNIX system called CLIX.  Has anyone heard of this?  And if you have can you let me know where to find more information about the system.
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* You can try comp.sys.intergraph (usenet).

* http://www.intergraph.com has a bit of stuff on Clix OS (Searchable),
* http://www.dejanews.com/home_sf.shtml type in comp.sys.intergraph in the Group(s) area.  It is the filter from dejanews for comp.sys.intergraph (searchable, really good info)

Hope this helps.

-K
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