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UnixWare is a Unix operating system. It was originally released by Univel, a jointly owned venture of AT&T's Unix System Laboratories (USL) and Novell. It was then taken over by Novell. Via Santa Cruz Operation (SCO), it went on to Caldera Systems, Caldera International, and The SCO Group before it was sold to UnXis (now Xinuos). UnixWare is typically deployed as a server rather than a desktop. Binary distributions of UnixWare are available for x86 architecture computers. UnixWare is primarily marketed as a server operating system.[1][2]

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UnixWare 7.1.4, showing the CDE desktop
DeveloperXinuos (previously Univel, Novell, SCO, Caldera Systems, Caldera International, The SCO Group)
OS familyUnix (SVR4.2/SVR5)
Working stateCurrent
Source modelClosed source
Initial release1992; 30 years ago (1992)
Latest release7 Definitive 2018 / 2017; 5 years ago (2017)
Kernel typeMonolithic kernel
UserlandPOSIX / SUS
Preceded byUNIX System V
Official websiteOfficial website