SCO XENIX

SCO XENIX

A version of the Unix System V operating system for Intel-based computers with dumb terminals from The SCO Group. It was a fast multiuser system developed by Microsoft and licensed to SCO, which sold it to numerous vertical market developers. It was superseded by SCO OpenServer Host System. See OpenServer.
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