Enterprise Computing: SCO revamps UnixWare with Linux featuresFeb 23, 1999, 22:44 (3 Talkback[s])
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"Santa Cruz Operation added the ability to run Linux programs to its UnixWare operating system, declaring that the upstart operating system has helped UnixWare more than it has harmed it."
"While Microsoft executives say Linux competes chiefly with Unix systems such as SCO's instead of Windows NT, SCO believes the opposite."
"Linux has got the word out that Unix on Intel is a viable alternative to Microsoft."
"It has given a fresh, revitalized look to what people could do in the Intel space. Linux is a Unix movement. Revenues are going up strongly"
"SCO has made the Linux compatibility software source code--the original programming instructions--publicly available, he said, giving the code back to the open source programming community that has developed Linux."
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