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+ - Ask Slashdot: Availability of Legacy UnixWare Installation Media?

Submitted by lukpac
lukpac (66596) writes "We have an old (ancient) Unisys server in production that hosts a legacy system and are attempting to virtualize it. Unfortunately we don't have a generic UnixWare (2.1.2) installation CD, just a Unisys specific one, and given the recent unpleasantness (see Groklaw for details), SCO isn’t much of an option. We’re not looking at pirating it (as above, we do still have the Unisys specific media), but do need a generic copy of UnixWare. What options, if any, are available?"
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