[Smaug] A quick scripting puzzle
rick at linuxmafia.com
Sat Nov 19 12:45:23 PST 2005
Quoting cerise at armory.com (cerise at armory.com):
> To be fair, SCO UNIX isn't really an accurate name for it anymore.
> SCO did briefly offer a product called SCO UNIX which later was
> morphed into what deepthought runs -- OpenServer.
You're confusing SCO Group's two product lines. (There used to be
three, but SCO Linux, which used to be Caldera OpenLinux, has been
suspended for several years.)
SCO Open Server is what used to be called SCO XENIX.
SCO Open UNIX is what was previously SCO UnixWare, Novell UnixWare, and
AT&T System V UNIX. SCO Group didn't "briefly" offer this; it remains
their allegedly main product, to the extent that one can say they're
about products rather than litigation.
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