Re: [OT] SCO is going all out now
From: Rich Johnson (rjohnson_at_dogstar-interactive.com)
Date: Tue, 22 Jul 2003 08:26:49 -0400 To: debian-user <firstname.lastname@example.org>
On Tuesday, July 22, 2003, at 12:32 AM, Brian McGroarty wrote:
> SCO has made no claims against the 2.2 kernels.
> If worst comes to worst and SCO finally show some incriminating code
> in 2.4, stepping back to 2.2 until the relevant bits are purged from
> 2.4 is all anyone should need to do to cover their assets in countries
> where this becomes an issue.
InformationWeek ( in
SCO Group claims that Unix has been used to accelerate the
development of Linux
in two key ways--line-by-line copying of Unix System V source
code into the Linux
kernel and copying derivative Unix code that enables
I have no multiple processor machines. Why on earth would I be pay a
penny to license multiprocessing capabilities which I can't use?
I guess I'll be going back to 2.2 until this nonsense blows
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