More on SCO
SCO has not found its code in the kernel.org Linux kernel or in the GNU/Linux OS. In an in-depth analysis MozillaQuest Magazine (mozillaquest.com) reports: SCO-Caldera spokespeople are contradicting each other and themselves about SCO claims there is SCO-owned code in Linux . . . SCO-Caldera's strategy is to stifle Linux development plus Linux distribution and Linux software sales, marketing, and deployment . . . SCO does not clearly state if the alleged tainted Linux code is kernel.org Linux kernel code, some other patched, hacked, or customized kernel code, GNU/Linux operating system code, Linux distribution code, or what. In the more than two months since SCO filed its Caldera v IBM lawsuit, it has yet to show any SCO-owned Unix code anywhere in the Linux kernel, the GNU/Linux OS, any Linux distributions, and so forth.
(Submitted by Anonymous Fri May 23, 2003 )
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