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SCO Claims Linux Sales After Suit Irrelevant
Posted by CmdrTaco on Thu May 22, '03 01:43 PM
from the this-is-only-gonna-get-more-messy dept.
molarmass192 writes "Here's the first reaction I've seen from SCO regarding the public's stance that the code they distributed under the GPL negates their claims on code in the Linux kernel. They claim that the lack of copyright notices "placed by the copyright holder" means that the GPL does not protect the unmentioned code in question. "


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