Graphical user interfaces for Unix are at last generally obtainable, following the announcement from the Open Software Foundation on Motif last week (CI No 1,218), which was quickly followed by word from AT&T Co that its own Open Look binary code for MS-DOS and Unix was now available, although it is not being distributed through the European office. Open Look includes both the end user system and the underlying X toolkits. Meanwhile the announcement from the Foundation that the production copies of OSF/Motif are available means companies offering it as part of their systems software – such as Dell Computer – to begin ships.
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