[TUHS] Micnet Was: Re: Surprised about Unix System V in the 80's - so sparse!
lm at mcvoy.com
Sun Mar 21 10:18:43 AEST 2021
Yeah, but wouldn't that mean that SCO Unix had to be open sourced? Or did
they buy the rights?
While I mostly can't believe anyone would want SCO Unix, I do know that
they ran a lot of cash registers, or maybe they were the server, I dunno,
somehow point of sale and SCO was a thing a long time ago. So maybe it
is a legacy thing?
On Sun, Mar 21, 2021 at 01:08:55PM +1300, Wesley Parish wrote:
> It reads as if this company was a support company for SCO sites from
> way back, and quietly carried on supporting SCO Unix sites when
> Caldera blew a fuse and became The SCO Group and started some
> unfathomably stupid lawsuits.
> Wesley Parish
> On 3/21/21, Larry McVoy <lm at mcvoy.com> wrote:
> > On Sat, Mar 20, 2021 at 12:50:19PM +0100, Josh Good wrote:
> >> https://www.scosales.com/ta/kb/103649.htmlOB
> > I thought SCO had long since died. Did they open source it and is this
> > company providing support?
> > As fun as ancient Unix is, SCO was pretty sparse and not in a good way.
Larry McVoy lm at mcvoy.com http://www.mcvoy.com/lm
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