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SCO Preparing Linux Licensing Program
Posted by CowboyNeal on Sat Jul 19, '03 11:56 AM
from the everyone-else-is-scoing-it-why-can't-we dept.
akorvemaker writes "OSNews is reporting about an article at InfoWorld that SCO's new Linux licensing program 'will allow users of the open-source operating system to run Linux without fear of litigation.'" This seems to be either the best business decision ever, or a nail in their coffin. One would think they'd wait before charging a license fee over what some would call shaky ground,


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