What’s New In SCO OpenServer 5.0.7
New Hardware Support
The USB infrastructure featured in past versions of SCO OpenServer has been replaced by a robust USB 2.0 compliant subsystem, that includes the following:
- USB 2.0 support for EHCI Host Controllers
- USB 1.1 support for OHCI and UHCI Host Controllers
- Bootable USB CD-ROM support
- Class Drivers, including Keyboards, Pointing Devices, CD-ROMs, Floppy, and Mass Storage Devices
- LS-120 and LS-240 disk drives
- Ultra Direct Memory Access (UDMA) 100/133 support
- Writeable EIDE CD-RW support from Microlite, Corp.
- Updated PC-Card and new Card-Bus support
- PCI Serial and Parallel card support for legacy-free platforms
- LS-120 and LS-240 drive support
- New and enhanced Graphic, Network, and HBA device drivers
- Updated and integrated Uniform Driver Interface (UDI)
New Processor and Chip Set Support
- Intel® Pentium™ 4
- Intel Xeon™
- AMD Athlon™ XP
- AMD Athlon™ MP
New Integration Of Open Source Tools
Now you can find support for the latest Open Source Tools in SCO OpenServer, giving you unprecedented portability and flexibility.
- New Java JDK 1.3.1
- Java runtime now installed in the base product
- Graphics, Web, and X-11 libraries (gwxlibs), a collection of libraries that allow for easy porting of Open Source software to SCO OpenServer
New Network Services
- Samba, Squid, OpenSSL (Secure Sockets Layer), and OpenSSH (Secure Shell)
Updated Network features
- BIND, FTP, IP Filter.
- Apache has been updated and integrated with PHP, XML, ASP, and mod_perl support.
- DocView, the new online documentation system for all SCO operating systems.
- Updated portions of libc from UnixWare® 7.1.3
- New GNU tools for developers, such as the GNU Compiler Collection (GCC), the GNU debugger, and other related tools such as GNU diff, wget, and CVS.
- Mozilla Web browser, in addition to the traditional Netscape Communicator™ browser.
- Lynx for character-based browsing.
- New UnixWare and OpenServer Development Kit (UDK) 7.1.3
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