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SCO Says It Has No Plan To Sue Linux Companies
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Posted by CowboyNeal on Thu Aug 28, '03 11:40 PM
from the one-hundred-eighty-degrees dept.
cadfael writes "SCO is reported in the Age as saying they 'Have no plans to sue Linux companies...' This seems to contradict the earlier statements of Chris Sontag. This story also points out how Canopy owns stakes in several other Linux companies, including Linux Networx wheich supplied the supercomputer for Lawrence Livermore Nat Lab. One begins to wonder if the reality of their situation has become clear to them?" Maybe, just maybe, this is the beginning of the end of this mess.

 

 
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