UnixWare 7

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UnixWare 7

An enhanced version of UnixWare that combines the Unix System V Release 5 kernel with the OpenServer graphical front end. Formerly code-named Gemini, it was introduced in 1998. Major release Version 7.1.4 came out in 2004. UnixWare 7 was designed to provide a smooth migration path to 64-bit computers. See UnixWare.
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