Re: Update Pack 2 for SCO OpenServer 5.0.7 Now Available; Includes PostgreSQL and Enhanced Printer Support
From: John (spambegone_at_127.0.0.1)
Date: Tue, 03 Feb 2004 04:13:01 GMT
> On Mon, 02 Feb 2004 16:12:03 -0800, Mart Withers wrote:
>> On January 30, 2004, SCO released Update Pack 2 for SCO OpenServer
>> 5.0.7. Available to SCO Update Service subscribers, Update Pack 2
>> * PostgreSQL (an object-relational database management system based
>> on Postgres 4.2 developed at UC Berkeley)
>> * USB printer support (USB-class 1.1 and 2.0 printers)
>> * Common UNIX Printing Subsystem (CUPS) support
>> * GIMP printer support (rasterizes bit images for printers)
>> * ESP Ghostscript printer support (better printer support with CUPS)
>> * H2H Bind8 DNS parser (translates /etc/hosts to DNS files and creates
>> BIND config file)
>> * Serial ATA support
>> To learn more about Update Pack 2 for SCO OpenServer, please visit
>> http://www.thescogroup.com/products/openserver507 or
>> Have a great day.
>> Mart Withers
>> The SCO Group, Inc.
> Now I thought GLP and open source software was "threat to national
> security" and "unconstitutional"?
That reminds me of a story recently in the Wall Street Journal where this
furniture manufacturer filed a trade complaint against China for dumping,
and then turns around and imports 40% of their furniture from that country.
Basically, these corporate executives are nothing but hypocrites that talk
out of both sides of their mouths -- and SCO is the poster child of that.