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SCO Files for Stay of Execution
Caldera
Linux Business
The Courts
Posted by CmdrTaco on Tue Sep 14, '04 03:02 PM
from the check-out-my-legal-briefs dept.
An anonymous reader writes "SCO has filed for another delay in the case against IBM. The article reports that 'According to filings in the case, SCO is looking to buy time until the court can hear its arguments compelling IBM to release more information. SCO lawyers argue the information -- namely source code they claim was lifted from AIX and Dynix to bolster the open source Linux kernel -- is necessary in getting a successful ruling.'"

 

 
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