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IBM Tells SCO Court It Can't Find AIX-on-Power Code
The Courts
Posted by CowboyNeal on Sat Oct 23, '04 10:49 AM
from the got-that-here-somewhere dept.
Ghostx13 writes "A story over at Linuxworld states that IBM has been less than forthcoming with its bits and pieces of source code SCO is demanding. SCO is alleging in its 3rd Amended Complaint that 'IBM put SCO-owned SVR4 code in System 3-based AIX for its proprietary Power chip architecture.' The problem? IBM 'can't find' that source code. Does IBM have something to hide?"


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