dtlogin replaces scologin.
This means that with zero-disruption to the application itself, any application can be immediately made available -- or published -- to any client device, putting the concept of application deployment firmly in the past.
A unique Adaptive Internet Protocol operates between the Tarantella Application Broker and the clients. It dynamically decides what is sent down to the client depending on the available bandwidth and the capability of the client.
So, far from adding to the burden on the network, Tarantella's approach to Network Computing actually optimizes network performance.
Both the SCO UnixWare 1 and 2 Destiny desktop and the SCO OpenServer xdt3 desktop have been removed. See the help available on the desktop for details.
The CDE desktop provides equivalent functionality to both legacy desktops in most areas.
For information about enhancements to SCOhelp, see ``Documentation and SCOhelp''.