AT&T ceased development of System V when it sold its UNIX holdings to Novell in 1993, who marketed the product as UnixWare. Novell delivered control of the UNIX name to X/Open and in 1995 sold its UNIX interests to SCO.
UnixWare 7 was formed by the merge of UnixWare 2 and SCO's own SVR3.2 OpenServer product
The Santa Cruz Operation, Inc. (SCO) Server Software Division and the SCO Professional Services Divisions have now been acquired by Caldera Systems, Inc. to form Caldera International.
SCO has changed its corporate name to Tarantella, Inc.
Open UNIX® 8 Release 8.0 incorporates the Linux Kernel Personality (LKP) technology into the UnixWare® 7 kernel, allowing Open UNIX 8 to enable Linux applications to be deployed on top of the powerful and highly scalable UNIX kernel.
Both UnixWare 2.1.3 and UnixWare 7 have been Certified for use on the majority of teamservers - please visit Caldera's Hardware Compatibility site for details.
These pages give you details of repairs that are available via the Caldera download site and from our Support Knowledge Base, together with recommendations for a minimum patch (repair) level for the Operating Systems and layered products, and provide details of some important issues that may affect you.If you have any comments, please email us.