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Warning Labels for Linux

Until we can get this whole SCO mess under control, I'd like to propose that a warning label be affixed to all Linux distributions: "The use of this product may induce frivolous litigation." Or conversely, select vendors could add a...

Until we can get this whole SCO mess under control, I'd like to propose that a warning label be affixed to all Linux distributions:

"The use of this product may induce frivolous litigation."

Or conversely, select vendors could add a SCO-compliance banner:

"No copyrights were infringed upon during the coding of this product."
Forewarned is forearmed.

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