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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As an Authorized SCO Reseller, Alliance has product accreditation for UNIX OpenServer 5.0.5 and UnixWare 7.
The SCO Group, which has been busy being sued by Red Hat Inc and announcing its IP indemnification licensing for Linux users this week, has also announced that it has delivered a Xenix-compatible runtime environment for its top-end UnixWare 7.1.3 operating system.
The Santa Cruz Operation Inc's SCO Server Software division has made available the Uniform Driver Interface (UDI) supplement for its UnixWare 7 operating platform.
Unix software developer SCO last week unveiled the UnixWare 7 Migration Portal to assist resellers and developers in optimizing applications and solutions for the UnixWare 7 operating system.
Customers on versions of SCO UnixWare 7, SCO OpenServer 5 and SCO OpenServer 6 can inquire at http://www.xinuos.com about the best migration path for their needs.
SCO ofrecia su UnixWare 7 Nonstop Clusters que mejora la escalabilidad de servidores con procesadores Intel.
In any event, probably the best way to reckon what SCO seems to think the allegedly misappropriated Unix technology is worth is to compare the cost of the IP License for Linux to SCO's street prices for its own UnixWare 7.1.3 operating system.
Enhancements to the 3c985B-SX NIC include 64-bit/66MHz PCI slots, bi-directional balancing that can operate with any Fast Ethernet or Gigabit Ethernet switch, a SCO Unixware 7 driver and broad driver support for Windows NT, Netware and Unix.
Tarantella is available on both 32-bit Project Monterey platforms -- UnixWare 7 and IBM AIX -- together with other popular server platforms; it will also be available on IBM's and SCO's jointly developed 64-bit operating system, codenamed Monterey/64.
SCO has successfully integrated SVR5 into SCO OpenServer 6, which now provides customers with a significant increase in performance and a greater choice of applications that run on both UnixWare 7 and SCO OpenServer.
Customers running Linux will be offered a UnixWare 7.1.3 runtime license for systems based on version 2.4.x of the Linux kernel or higher, or risk facing action in what - as of yesterday - officially became a case of copyright infringement.
SCO and TakeFive Software have formed an agreement to make SNiFF+ v3.0.1, a source code engineering tool available for the UnixWare 7 and SCO OpenServer R5 operating systems.