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NOTE: The maintainers of the INN FAQ stopped publishing in December 1997.
An important update to this topic is provided by Mib Software in the Usenet RKT for Subscribers.

Subject: (1.7) What machines does it run on?

If you have socket() and select() then INN will probably run on your
machine. In addition to the common platforms found around the Internet
(SunOS and Ultrix, for example), INN runs on IBM's AIX, Apple's A/UX,
NeXT, Solaris 2.x, most SVR4 platforms, BSDI, most free BSD systems
(NetBSD, FreeBSD, ...) and a host of others. It might require a
little bit of tweaking of some free BSD platforms that have really bad

INN has not been ported to Windows NT. There are no plans to do so.
However, someone has written a package called NNS (Usenet Network News
Server) which is a NNTP-compliant news server for Windows NT. For
information write to nns@jeck.wa.com.


[Source: INN FAQ Part 1 Archive-name: usenet/software/inn-faq/part1]
[Last Changed: $Date: 1997/11/03 18:15:49 $ $Revision: 2.37 $]
[Copyright: 1997 Heiko Rupp, portions by Tom Limoncelli, Rich Salz, et al.]