The embattled SCO Group has releasedfor beta testing, a new generation of a Unix operating system that previous owners have tried to phase out on at least two occasions. The company plans to ship the final version in May. The new version, code-named Legend, is based on the heart of SCO's other Unix product, UnixWare, which SCO and its predecessors had been trying to steer customers toward.
In its most recent quarter,from $12 million in the year-earlier quarter. SCO board members last week settled a dispute with their former employer, the Canopy Group, but the company still has other issues to contend with: a key about its legal claims against Linux, and SCO is .