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SCO Reiterates...Again

Those press releases just keep on comin'. No more than 18 hours after the Open Source Development Labs announced an Intel- and Novell-backed, $10 million Linux Defense Fund to pay litigation fees incurred by Linux users who unwittingly fall prey...

Those press releases just keep on comin'. No more than 18 hours after the Open Source Development Labs announced an Intel- and Novell-backed, $10 million Linux Defense Fund to pay litigation fees incurred by Linux users who unwittingly fall prey to SCO litigation, SCO handed out a press release of its own. Unfortunately, the Lindon Utah-based SCO didn't have much to say in response, except to restate its "ownership of UNIX Intellectual Property." Oh, and there's a web site illustrating how Santa Cruz Operation purchased UNIX and UnixWare from Novell. Someone wake me up when SCO runs out of paper.

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