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From: "S. Sigala" <>
Subject: SCO Free OpenServer and UnixWare
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Hi, sorry if this is off topic, but... have anyone ordered/tested
the Free versions of SCO OpenServer and/or UnixWare?  Are them interesting
enough? (I'm currently playing with both Linux and FreeBSD, and
since we are talking about the UNIX PDP source license from a lot
of time, i wish to know if these Free UNIX versions contain some
interesting/useful UNIX source code...)