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SCO OpenServer Release 5 Product: SCO OpenServer Media Kit English Version: 5.0.6 Media: CD-ROM Part Number: 200-400-115 Model Number: CA200-UX74-5.0.6 Order Number: P9288 System Requirements Hardware: Most standard Intel (486 or newer) compatible processor-based single or multiple processor systems and Industry Standard Architecture (ISA), Extended Industry Standard Architecture (EISA), Micro Channel Architecture (MCA), or Peripheral Component Interface Architecture (PCI). RAM: 16MB minimum, 32MB recommended Disk: 400MB for Host; 450MB for Desktop; 500MB for Enterprise Please refer to the SCO Hardware Compatibility Web Page for more information on supported peripherals.
SCO UNIX System V/386 was the successor to SCO Xenix, derived from AT&T System V Release 3.2 with an infusion of Xenix device drivers and utilities. SCO UNIX System V/386 Release 3.2.0 was released in 1989 as the commercial successor to SCO Xenix. The base operating system did not include TCP/IP networking or X Window System graphics; these were available as optional extra-cost add-on packages. Shortly after the release of this bare OS, SCO shipped an integrated product under the name of SCO Open Desktop, or ODT. 1994 saw the release of SCO MPX, an add-on SMP package.
This is a version of Xenix for 286 CPUS. Xenix is a multitasking multiuser operating system based on Unix.
This is a version of Xenix for 8088/8086 CPUS. Xenix is a multitasking multiuser operating system based on Unix.
Latest version for Intel 80286 processor. Images in 5.25" (1.2 Mb) raw format. First floppy drive MUST be 5.25" for installation.
Final SCO Xenix release for 80386 only. Disk images in 3.5" (1.44 Mb) raw format.
SCO XENIX 286 v2.3.2 SystemV UNIX Operating System by SCO licensed by Microsoft from AT&T powerful OS by original Santa Cruz Operation (not SCO Group)
Xenix is a version of the Unix operating system, licensed by Microsoft from AT&T in the late 1970s. The Santa Cruz Operation (SCO) later acquired exclusive rights to the software, and eventually began distributing it as SCO UNIX.
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