[Smaug] A quick scripting puzzle
rick at linuxmafia.com
Sat Nov 19 19:00:52 PST 2005
Quoting Meg McRoberts (dreidellhasa at yahoo.com):
> Xenix ran on the 286. SCO UNIX was based on the SVR3
> kernel, which SCO licensed from AT&T. I think the original
> UNIX systems SCO produced were marketed as SCO UNIX, then
> the marketing folks changed the name to OpenServer to reflect
> what was then an "open architecture" -- certainly not Open
> Source but with full support for third party software at
> both the user and kernel level.
Ah, OK, then I stand corrected regarding the kernel changeover, and Phil
was quite correct when he said that "SCO UNIX" morphed into OpenServer.
I rather lost track of the XENIX-descended product line after a
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