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McBride Says No More Lawsuits From SCO
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Posted by michael on Tue Aug 03, '04 04:58 PM
from the you've-been-served dept.
thephotoman writes "Well, Darl McBride gave an interview to IDG News Services in which he said that SCO is not going to sue any more customers. They do bring up the issue of the SCOsource Linux licensing, and how much of a failure it has been. Instead, they plan to start marketing their flavor of Unix. However, as he's not dropping the current lawsuits, there's no good reason to believe him on this change in strategy."

 

 
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