SCO UnixWare 2.1 Personal Edition

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PRODUCT ANNOUNCEMENT

February 12, 1996 ... SCO is now accepting orders for the SCO UnixWare
2.1 Personal Edition. Upgrades from previous versions of UnixWare are
also orderable with supporting proof of purchase. Product and
availability information follow:

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PRODUCT NAMES: SCO UnixWare 2.1 Personal Edition
SCO UnixWare 2.1 Processor Upgrade

DESCRIPTION: The SCO UnixWare 2.1 Personal Edition is a single-user
desktop/workstation configuration of UNIX System V Release 4.2MP
that does not accept user license upgrades. It can effectively be
used as a development workstation or as a highly-reliable client
platform for business critical client/server applications. In an
environment when frequent desktop reboots are not an option, the SCO
UnixWare 2.1 Personal Edition makes sense.

The SCO UnixWare 2.1 Processor Upgrade incrementally enables
additional processors beyond the supported 2-processors built-in to
the SCO UnixWare 2.1 Personal Edition.

Included with the SCO UnixWare 2.1 Personal Edition is a 30-day
evaluation version of SCO UnixWare 2.1 Advanced Merge. A fully-
functioning, non-evaluation version of SCO UnixWare 2.1 Advanced
Merge is optionally available.

PRICING: Contact your Authorized SCO Reseller.
For local supplier referral, you may contact SCO as follows:
USA: 800-726-8649
Other Western Hemisphere - SCO Latin America: 305-579-0224
Europe, Middle East, Africa, Asia: +44 (0) 1923 816344
Or email to in...@sco.com, or see our home page at http://www.sco.com

PRODUCT PACKAGES:

SCO UnixWare 2.1 Personal Edition

English Version (CD-ROM)
German Version (CD-ROM)
French/Italian/Spanish Version (CD-ROM)

English v2.1 Upgrade from v2.0 or v1.1 (CD-ROM)
German v2.1 Upgrade from v2.0 or v1.1 (CD-ROM)
French/Italian/Spanish v2.1 Upgrade (CD-ROM)

SCO UnixWare 2.1 Tape Media Kit
SCO UnixWare 2.1 Processor Upgrade

AVAILABILITY: First customer shipments of the SCO UnixWare 2.1
Personal Edition and the SCO UnixWare 2.1 Processor Upgrade are
anticipated to begin on February 19, 1996. First customer shipments
of the upgrades to the SCO UnixWare 2.1 Personal Edition from v2.0
or v1.1 are anticipated to begin in March, 1996.

FEATURES:

Operating System Architecture

- 32-bit processing with a fully-multithreaded kernel and preemptive
multitasking

- Based on UNIX SVR4.2 MP multiprocessor technology (2-processor
support built in)

- Asynchronous I/O for improved application I/O throughput

- Kernel and add-on components multithreaded for optimal performance

- User-level threads APIs enable writing of multithreaded
applications

- Dynamically loadable modules

- Adheres to POSIX 1003.1, X/Open XPG4 Base Profile Brand, FIPS 151-2,
UNIX System V ABI, ABI+, SVID 3, iBCS2, DDI/DKI (up to Version 7)
and X Consortium ICCCM standards

- 2-user license

Ease of Use

- Point-and-click, drag-and-drop GUI

- Clock, calculator, text editor, e-mail and terminal emulator

- On-line hypertext documentation and help facility

- OSF/Motif 1.2.3 GUI for desktop and applications

- Supports X-Window X11R5 facilities, including bit-mapped fonts

- Includes Adobe Type Manager and 13 Adobe Type 1 scaleable fonts
(uses standard DOS and Adobe fonts)

- Intuitive installation procedure from CD-ROM, QIC-150 tape or via
network

- Can act as a network installation server to install SCO UnixWare
2.1 on other machines

- Graphical system and network administration tools

- Supports UNIX commands, interfaces and utilities such as Bourne
shell, ksh, csh, vi, tar and cpio

- Full internationalization: German or French, Italian and Spanish
versions optionally available

Application Support

- Compatible with all UnixWare 2.0 and 1.1 applications

- Compatible with the iBCS2 specification, enabling many applications
running under SCO OpenServer, SCO UNIX System V and SCO XENIX 386
to run under the SCO UnixWare 2.1 Personal Edition

- Includes Novell DR-DOS 6.0

File System

- Multithreaded, fault-resilient journaling filesystem is the
default filesystem

- Multithreaded VjFS, NFS, UFS, S5, CDFS, xxfs and SFS filesystems
supported

- Virtual filesystem architecture allows for multiple filesystem
support

- Integrated NetWare filesystem support (NUCFS) allows transparent
access to NetWare files

- Supports CD-ROM media via multithreaded CDFS (high Sierra and ISO
9660 filesystem with Rock Ridge extensions)

- Integrated support for DOS FAT filesystem under SCO UnixWare 2.1
as well as access to DOS FAT filesystems in DOS partitions

Networking

- Supports IPX/SPX (including SPX II) and TCP/IP protocols

- Support for networking drivers supporting the NetWare ODI

- rlogin, FTP, telnet, PPP and SLIP included

- MIB II-compliant SNMP agent

- SMUX protocol and library

- MIB files and compiler

- Supports file and print sharing via NIS and NFS

- Supports file and print sharing via NetWare

- DTmail, Mailx, Sendmail, MIME and POP3 e-mail user agents

- SMTP and NetWare MHS (via NetWare 3 and 4 servers) e-mail protocols

- Automounting for NetWare filesystems

- Access to NetWare services via NetWare C Interface API

- Integrated X Window system for support X terminals

- Autoconfiguration of TCP clients via bootp server

- Multi-NIC (Network Interface Card) and simple routing of IP and IPX

- Thread-safe networking libraries

- Single network login for SCO UnixWare 2.1 and NetWare servers

- Remote backup onto a NetWare server through the UNIX Target Service
Agent using NetWare's Storage Management Services

- Service Advertising Protocol (SAPD)

- Integrated NetWare DOS/MS Windows requester

- NetWare utilities via DOS requester

- Enables DOS systems to run applications over IPX via NVT2

Security

- NCSC C2 Level security included (with B2 extensions)

- Identification and authentication

- Discretionary Access Control (DAC) to restrict data access

- Access Control Lists for finer grain of data access control

- Auditing for tracking system activity

- Trusted Facilities Management (TFM) to assign system
administrator specific tasks

DOCUMENTATION INCLUDED:

SCO UnixWare 2.1 Installation Handbook
SCO UnixWare 2.1 NetWare Services Installation Handbook
SCO UnixWare 2.1 Release Notes

SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS:

Hardware: Most standard Intel-based single or multiple processor
systems based on 386 (>25MHz), 486, Pentium or Pentium
Pro processors and Industry Standard Architecture
(ISA), Extended Industry Standard Architecture (EISA),
Micro Channel Architecture (MCA) or Peripheral
Component Interface Architecture (PCI).

RAM: 12MB minimum

Disk Space: 150MB minimum

Media: CD-ROM or QIC-150 tape drive required for local
installation, 3.5" diskette drive also required

Display: VGA display and video adapter required (VGA or Super
VGA recommended)

Mouse: Recommended

NOTES:

1. Upgrades from UnixWare v2.0 and v1.1 to SCO UnixWare 2.1
require supporting proof of purchase; such as, return of serialized
boot diskette, or copy of original invoice receipt. Contact your
SCO supplier for ordering details.
The SCO UnixWare 2.1 Personal Edition
upgrades include an upgrade to SCO UnixWare 2.1 Advanced Merge.
Please refer to the SCO UnixWare 2.1 Merge Product Announcement
for additional information.

2. Packaged upgrades to SCO UnixWare 2.1 are only available by
ordering the upgrade model numbers listed in this Product
Announcement. Subscription ordering information for SCO Software
Enhancement Service (SES) on SCO UnixWare 2.1 will be announced in
late February, 1996. These SCO SES subscriptions will provide a
means for receiving upgrades to future versions of the SCO UnixWare
Personal Edition, as well as automatically delivering product release
supplements, advanced hardware supplements, and the SCO Software Support
Library on a scheduled basis.

3. Standalone product documentation for SCO UnixWare 2.1 is being
made available for purchase in hardcopy form. A separate
announcement will be issued shortly detailing titles, pricing, and
ordering information.

4. Effective immediately, upgrades to SCO UnixWare v2.0 are no
longer available.

5. Effective April 1, 1996, UnixWare v1.1 will no longer be
available.


SCO, SCO OpenServer and UnixWare are trademarks or registered
trademarks of The Santa Cruz Operation, Inc. in the U.S.A. and other
countries.

UNIX is a registered trademark in the U.S.A. and other countries,
licensed exclusively through X/Open Company Limited. All other brand
or product names are or may be trademarks of, and are used to identify
products or services of, their respective owners.

The Santa Cruz Operation, Inc. reserves the right to change or modify
any of the product specifications or features described herein without
notice. This product summary is for information only. SCO makes no
express or implied representations or warranties in this summary.

Copyright (c) 1996 The Santa Cruz Operation, Inc. All Rights Reserved

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