Some oldskool stuff. Amiga Unix - was just barely released, I never knew anyone who had a copy, let alone run it. MS Lan Manager, the humble beginnings of Microsofts networking, though renamed now (I think) for the longest time the server parts of Windows were in lanman.exe. And yes, Lan Manager was made and released for OS/2. Microsoft had a UNIX once, Xenix. And last but not least, OpenStep on Solaris is still my preferred way to run Solaris. :)
For anyone looking, I have all the files for the Personal Computer Power Series 830/850 (model 6050 / 6070 respectively). If you can’t find the SMS diskette or something else you need, contact me and i’ll make it available.
Remember, the machines boot Solaris, Windows NT, OS/2 Warp, AIX and Linux. That is, if you can get the PowerPC versions of said operating systems.
The above might work on the Personal Computer Power Series 440 (Model 6015), but since I’ve never had one in my possession I’ve never tried it.