Open Unix 8
It's "Unixware" today, but you can still find "Open Unix 8" in the docs here and there: "Open UNIX 8 Release 8.0 New Features", for example.
I don't have a Unixware box running and I'm not going to take the trouble to put one into VMWare just to find out if "uname" still says that. The uname man page says that it does (and also still references Caldera!).
From: "J. L. Schilling" <email@example.com>
Subject: Re: Help with FAQ update
Date: 12 Sep 2001 18:08:52 GMT
Tony Lawrence <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
: As we know, Unixware has been rebranded as Open Server 8 (excellent idea,
That probably is an excellent idea, however the name change was actually
to Open UNIX 8.
: Can someone tell me what "uname -X" returns on this release?
uname returns "OpenUNIX". For compatibility purposes you can get it to
return "UnixWare" by doing
$ SCOMPAT=5:7.1.2:UnixWare uname -s
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