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SCO's Next Target: SGI?
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Posted by michael on Fri Sep 05, '03 06:06 PM
from the we-know-you-missed-your-dose-of-SCO dept.
FatRatBastard writes "ZDNet News is speculating that SCO's next target in its legal actions against Linux may be SGI. According to the article its legal strategy will be to claim that XFS is a Unix derivative and therefore under SCO control, much like they claim JFS is in their suit with IBM. One fact not mentioned in the article that would support SGI being the next target is the malloc code they claimed was infringing at this years SCOForum was copyrighted SGI."

 

 
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