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SCO Calls IBM Countersuit "Unsubstantiated Allegations"
Caldera
IBM
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Posted by michael on Fri Aug 08, '03 11:20 AM
from the kettle-is-black-black-black dept.
dacarr writes "Yahoo currently hosts a press release from SCO that basically calls for IBM to "move away from the GPL"." Lycoris tries to dodge the flood of idiocy from Utah. Another non-programmer has seen SCO's presentation, and without attempting to verify the facts through his own research, reported on it. One reader buys a SCO license. SCO justifies their continuing illegal distribution of the Linux kernel.

 

 
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