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SCO Wants $699 for Linux Systems
Caldera
The Almighty Buck
Linux
Posted by michael on Tue Aug 05, '03 01:08 PM
from the bargain-basement-pricing dept.
walterbyrd quotes: "'We believe it is necessary for Linux customers to properly license SCO's IP if they are running Linux 2.4 kernel and later versions for commercial purposes. The license insures that customers can continue their use of binary deployments of Linux without violating SCO's intellectual property rights.' SCO will be offering an introductory license price of $699 for a single CPU system through October 15th, 2003." Update: 08/05 18:24 GMT by M: After October 15, SCO says they'll want $1399. Better buy now!

 

 
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