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Although the post below was correct when I wrote it, SCO has finally made CD images available for download - though only the most recent versions.
If SCO hasn't gone belly up, you may find what you need at SELF-HELP SERVICES
Don't count on finding it though..
I have been told that if you call them, you may be able to get older versions for a fee.
Taken from a newsgroup post
From: Tony Lawrence <email@example.com> Subject: Re: SCO Download Date: Sun, 07 Oct 2001 20:43:27 GMT Fred Flintstone wrote: > > On Sun, 07 Oct 2001 16:26:36 GMT, Tony Lawrence <firstname.lastname@example.org> > wrote: > > >Val & Chris wrote: > >> > >> Is it possible to download the ISO images for SCO OpenServer > >> rather than having to purchase the media kit ??? > > > > > >No. > > Surely the answer is yes.. > > BTW I am new to this scene, i.e. Linux/Unix, but recently I have > downloaded both OpenWorkstation and OpenServer from SCO (Caldera) > > AFAIK you can download the OpenServer 3.1 from here > > https://www.sco.com/products/server/ > > or direct to the ftp server > > ftp://ftp.iso.sco.com/pub/OpenLinux/3.1/Server/OpenLinux3.1_Server_CD1.iso Sorry, but no: that's NOT OSR5 or Unixware. These products have NEVER been available for download, and I would guess that it makes good marketing sense to leave it that way. However, you never know. You downloaded Linux. -- Tony Lawrence SCO/Linux Support Tips, How-To's, Tests and more:
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