Manuals and software from the software company, Santa Cruz Operation, Inc. (SCO) concerning the XENIX and HCR/C++ systems.
Santa Cruz Operation, Inc. (SCO) was a software company founded in 1979 and based in Santa Cruz, California. It is best known
for developing Unix operating system variants—Xenix, SCO UNIX, and UnixWare—for Intel x86 processors. In 2000, SCO sold its
operating system divisions to Caldera, Inc. and focused on the Tarantella product, a terminal service, before being acquired
by Sun Microsystems in 2005.
2 Linear Feet
(5 boxes and 123 installation diskettes)
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