Web site: www.xinuos.com/products/openserver-10/
Desktop environment: CLI
Architecture: x86, x86_64
Based on: FreeBSD
The last version | Released: 10.3 | 2016
OpenServer (Xinuos OpenServer, previously SCO UNIX and SCO Open Desktop (SCO ODT)) – an operating system for low-cost, commodity hardware that features large file support and support for a broad array of modern applications. With a decade of rock-solid stability and dependability, OpenServer has stood the test of time for small and large businesses needing an affordable all-in-one server.
SCO UNIX is the UNIX version produced by Santa Cruz Operation. SCO UNIX’s predecessor was SCO Xenix, based on the AT&T System V Release 3.2. In 1995, Santa Cruz Operation changed the product name to SCO OpenServer.
OpenServer 6 brings to users a powerful, new, and modern operating system with large file support and kernel-level threading for greater application support. With speed and performance improvements due to the integration of the SVR5 kernel, OpenServer 6 establishes a new standard for rock-solid stability and dependability. With increased memory and file size support, security enhancements, backward compatibility, support for Apache, Java® and Mozilla, OpenServer 6 is pure power and reliability.
OpenServer 6 includes application support for powerful UnixWare® applications, and provides the easy-to-use KDE® graphical interface.
OpenServer has stood the test of time for small to large businesses needing an affordable all-in-one server. It’s the kind of advantage you expect from Xinuos, the supplier of the world’s most popular UNIX® operating system for low-cost hardware.
Xinuos OpenServer 10 is a 64-bit operating system optimized for modern business and enterprise. OpenServer 10 runs on the lauded ZFS filesystem, is built on FreeBSD, developed by a veteran open source community, and backed by Xinuos’ first class global support services.
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