November 7, 2000

Caldera kicks off Linux/Unix Power Solutions Tour 200

Author: JT Smith

City-to-city tour previews future of Linux and UNIX, provides Linux
training

OREM, UT -- November 6, 2000 -- Caldera Systems, Inc. (Nasdaq: CALD) today
announced its upcoming Linux/UNIX Power Solutions Tour 2000. The tour
begins Tuesday, November 14th and runs through December 12th in North
America.
Targeting those who develop and deploy on Linux and UNIX - including
VARs,
ASPs, ISVs, developers, resellers, consultants and corporate IT
professionals - the 12-city tour presents Caldera's vision of the
future
for Linux and UNIX and Linux training.

The Santa Cruz Operation, Inc. (SCO) is a co-host of and participant
in
the tour. Other sponsors include Avnet Computer Marketing, Hall-Mark
Division; Compaq; Enterasys Networks; FatPipe Networks;
Hewlett-Packard;
IBM and Sun Microsystems.

The tour describes the combined significance of Linux and UNIX
technologies, the resulting advanced solutions built for the
Internet, and
Caldera's continued support of UnixWare, OpenServer and NSC.

"Together, Caldera and SCO are combining forces to provide new
revenue
opportunities and training for channel partners," said Kerry Brock,
vice
president of marketing for Caldera Systems. "This continued channel
commitment will deliver a new level of products and solutions built
for
the Internet. The Power Solutions Tour gives an excellent preview of
our
technology future."

Each presentation on the tour includes two sessions: a morning
business
briefing and an afternoon Linux Essentials course with hands-on
training,
including for-sale software and solutions guides. Seating is limited.
For
more information about or to register for the tour, visit
www.calderasystems.com/partners/tour

The Linux/UNIX Power Solutions Tour will visit the following cities:
11/14 Toronto - Park Hyatt
11/16 Vancouver - Pacific Palisades Hotel
11/28 Chicago - Downtown Marriott
11/28 Dallas - Adam's Mark
11/30 Minneapolis - Downtown Hyatt Regency
11/30 Houston - Crown Plaza
12/05 New York - Crown Plaza
12/05 Atlanta - Renaissance
12/07 Baltimore - Hilton & Towers
12/07 Irvine - Marriott
12/12 St. Louis - Sheraton West Port
12/12 Ft. Lauderdale - Marina Marriott

Caldera Systems, Inc.
Caldera Systems, Inc. (Nasdaq: CALD) is a "Linux for Business"
technology
leader in developing and marketing successful Linux-based business
solutions, including its award-winning OpenLinux, NetWare for Linux,
Linux
technical training, certification and support-with free 30-day phone
support and on-site consulting. Caldera OpenLearning Providers offer
exceptional distribution-neutral Linux training and certification
based on
Linux Professional Institute (LPIÃ) certification standards. Caldera
Systems supports the open source community and is a leader in, and
advocate of, Linux Standard Base (LSBä) and LPIÃ.

Caldera, Inc. was co-founded in 1994 by Ransom Love. Caldera Systems,
Inc.
was founded by Ransom Love in 1998 to develop Linux-based business
solutions. Based in Orem, UT, Caldera Systems has offices and 1000+
resellers worldwide. For more information, see www.calderasystems.com

Caldera is a registered trademark of Caldera Systems, Inc. All other
products, services, companies, events and publications are
trademarks,
registered trademarks or servicemarks of their respective owners in
the
U.S. and/or other countries.

LINUX is a registered trademark of Linus Torvalds. UNIX is a
registered
trademark of The Open Group.

Forward Looking Statements
The statements set forth above include forward-looking statements
that
involve risks and uncertainties. The Company wishes to advise
readers
that a number of important factors could cause actual results to
differ
materially from those in the forward-looking statements. Those
factors
include the failure of the products described above to operate as
designed
due to incompatibility with some platforms or other defects; our
reliance
on developers in the open source community; new and changing
technologies
and customer acceptance of those technologies; the Company's ability
to
compete effectively with other companies; failure of our brand to
achieve
the broad recognition necessary to succeed; unenforceability of the
GNU
general public license; our reliance on third party developers of
components of our software offerings; claims of infringement of
third-party intellectual property rights; and disruption in the
Company's
distribution sales channel. These and other factors, which could
cause
actual results to differ materially, are also discussed in the
Company's
filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission, including its
recent
filings on Form 10-Q.

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