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Use the "-H newc" flag.
See the man page on your Linux system and compare it to the man page on your SCO box- they have differing ideas on what the default for "c" should be. SCO took the path that says you should be able to read old archives without using a different flag; Linux as usual decided that new is better.
As it's rather well documented in both cases, I don't think either of them are "wrong".
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UNIX does not allow path names to be prefixed by a drive name or number; that would be precisely the kind of device dependence that operating systems ought to eliminate. (Andrew S. Tanenbaum)