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{{Infobox OS
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| image = UnixWare 7.1.1 login.jpg
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| caption = Logging into a UnixWare 7.1.1 system
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| name = UnixWare
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| creator = Novell & SCO
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| current version = 7.1.4
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| year introduced = 1992
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| type = Multitasking, multiuser
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| architecture = [[IBM-PC]] theoretically portable
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I've seen UnixWare used in all kinds of call centre applications with the AT&T g3 definity switch... I remember this thing running the voice mail appliances, and a few other things.  UnixWare ran on x86 computers.
 
I've seen UnixWare used in all kinds of call centre applications with the AT&T g3 definity switch... I remember this thing running the voice mail appliances, and a few other things.  UnixWare ran on x86 computers.

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UnixWare
File:UnixWare 7.1.1 login.jpg
Logging into a UnixWare 7.1.1 system
Type: Multitasking, multiuser
Creator: Novell & SCO
Architecture: IBM-PC theoretically portable
Current Version: 7.1.4
Date Released: 1992


UnixWare 7.1.1 box

I've seen UnixWare used in all kinds of call centre applications with the AT&T g3 definity switch... I remember this thing running the voice mail appliances, and a few other things. UnixWare ran on x86 computers.