load sco xenix and sco unix binary ?

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load sco xenix and sco unix binary ?


I have some sco xenix object, bin and archive files that operate in sco unix 5.0.7.
I know that sco unix kernel can support sco xenix binary. I want to know how can I link xenix and unix archives together?
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