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SCO Postpones Lawsuit, Now Threatening Two
Caldera
The Courts
Linux
Posted by timothy on Tue Mar 02, '04 08:27 PM
from the laughingstock-with-lawyers dept.
zzxc writes "In a surprise turn of events, SCO says that they need more time to prepare an announcement of who they are going to sue. According to SCO, the lawsuits will be announced tomorrow morning shortly before a phone-in conference in which will be outlining their financial report. You can call 1-800-818-5264 code 141144 Wednesday at 9:00am MST to join in with your questions, or listen to the webcast. They also have said that these first two lawsuits will be against companies that hold SCO Unix licenses. (EV1.net servers or Lindows?)"

 

 
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