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When SCO Was Cool

Mar 25, 2015, 23:00 (2 Talkback[s])
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SCO started out here in my neighborhood, essentially, in Santa Cruz, California. It was called The Santa Cruz Operation (hence, SCO). That manifestation of SCO was founded in 1979 by Larry and Doug Michels, a father and son, as a Unix porting and consulting company which, over time, developed its own brand of Unix. In his book "The Art of Unix Programming," Eric Raymond calls SCO the "first Unix company."

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