SCO Is an Open-Source SCAMPBy Steven Vaughan-Nichols | Posted 2006-03-14 Email Print
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SCO now has its own SCOServer twist on the LAMP stack. (Linux-Watch)Just because The SCO Group
In the company's latest release, the SCAMP Stack combines its SCO OpenServer Unix server with the Apache Web server, MySQL database platform and Perl/PHP scripting and programming languages to create an application platform.
OpenServer, a powerful and stable x86 Unix distribution, supports MySQL and PostgreSQL DBMS, the Apache Web server, Tomcat, OpenSSH and OpenSSL, Samba file and print services, and UnixWare 7.1.4, Xenix and J2EE (Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition) 1.4.2 applications.
What it has not had, until now, was a simple Web-services application foundation.
That's where SCAMP comes in.
Playing on the success of the LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL and PHP/Python/Perl) stack, SCAMP is meant to give OpenServer users access to the many existing LAMP applications while enabling SCO developers to build new SCAMP programs.
Read the full story on Linux-Watch: SCO is such an open-source SCAMP