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load sco xenix and sco unix binary ?

Hi

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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BRANDELF(1)						    BSD General Commands Manual 					       BRANDELF(1)

NAME
brandelf -- mark an ELF binary for a specific ABI SYNOPSIS
brandelf [-lv] [-f ELF_ABI_number] [-t string] file ... DESCRIPTION
The brandelf utility marks an ELF binary to be run under a certain ABI for FreeBSD. The options are as follows: -f ELF_ABI_number Forces branding with the supplied ELF ABI number. Incompatible with the -t option. These values are assigned by SCO/USL. -l Writes the list of all known ELF types to the standard error. -v Turns on verbose output. -t string Brands the given ELF binaries to be of the string ABI type. Currently supported ABIs are ``FreeBSD'', ``Linux'', and ``SVR4''. file If -t string is given it will brand file to be of type string, otherwise it will simply display the branding of file. EXIT STATUS
Exit status is 0 on success, and 1 if the command fails if a file does not exist, is too short, fails to brand properly, or the brand requested is not one of the known types and the -f option is not set. EXAMPLES
The following is an example of a typical usage of the brandelf command: brandelf file brandelf -t Linux file SEE ALSO
The Santa Cruz Operation, Inc., System V Application Binary Interface, http://www.sco.com/developer/devspecs/, April 29, 1998 (DRAFT). HISTORY
The brandelf manual page first appeared in FreeBSD 2.2. AUTHORS
This manual page was written by John-Mark Gurney <gurney_j@efn.org>. BSD
February 6, 1997 BSD

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