"The SCO Server Software Division, an independent business unit
of the Santa Cruz Operation, Inc., announced that it has developed
the Linux Kernel Personality (LKP) for UnixWare 7. The new LKP
technology is a key step toward the vision of an Open Internet
Platform (OIP), discussed in the recent announcement that Caldera
plans to acquire the SCO Server Software and Professional Services
"The new LKP technology unifies UnixWare 7 with Linux at the
kernel level and also includes a complete Linux environment. This
adds full Linux capabilities to UnixWare 7 while keeping all the
major UNIX attributes such as scalability, reliability and
clustering intact. Linux applications can install and run on
UnixWare 7 without modification, resulting in the addition of a
host of new solutions to the wealth of applications already
available on UnixWare 7."
"The Linux Personality is great news for both the UnixWare 7 and
enterprise Linux markets," said John Palmer, vice president of
Marketing, Server Software Division, SCO. "LKP will make the entire
Linux application portfolio available for UnixWare 7 customers,
including enterprise server applications. At the same time LKP
allows Linux customers to take advantage of a highly scalable and
cluster-ready operating system based on the proven UnixWare 7
platform. Because the LKP runs at the kernel level, customers will
not know it's there -- it will just work."
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