desperate act of a has-been company, SCO -- COMPUTERWORLD.com

desperate act of a has-been company, SCO -- COMPUTERWORLD.com

Post by Daero » Thu, 29 May 2003 16:23:04



http://www.veryComputer.com/,10801,81463,...
Shields Up, Linux
PATRICIA KEEFE  --  MAY 26 2003

  Does a desperate SCO have a leg to stand on? Is a conniving Microsoft
really behind The SCO Group?...
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  First, B-grade vendor SCO filed a $1 billion lawsuit against IBM,
charging that its intellectual property had made its way into IBM's
Linux distribution...
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The cynics say the lawsuits and threats are a last-ditch effort by a
has-been company pushing its has-been version of Unix. The *
theorists see Microsoft's hand behind SCO's actions. ..
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1. questionable motives of Microsoft SCO deal -- COMPUTERWORLD.com

http://computerworld.com/softwaretopics/os/linux/story/0,10801,81488,...
SCO's licensing deal with Microsoft raises user doubts
Microsoft said it is just respecting SCO's intellectual property claim

Many IT users are questioning the motives of Microsoft Corp. since
Monday's announcement that the company had signed a Unix technology
licensing deal with The SCO Group Inc. (see story).

The deal between Microsoft and Lindon, Utah-based SCO came less than a
week after SCO threatened possible legal actions against commercial
users of Linux because of claims that some of its Unix intellectual
property has illegally made its way into the open-source operating
system (see story). The financial details of the contract between
Microsoft and SCO weren't disclosed.
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2. New Internet Protection Services

3. SCO intends to produce evidence COMPUTERWORLD.com

4. g77 for AlphaNT

5. buy us out says SCO's CEO to IBM COMPUTERWORLD.com

6. Startup files.

7. SCO's NDA offer a PR stunt COMPUTERWORLD.com

8. newbie question

9. Linux Vendors Reject SCO's Legal Claims -- COMPUTERWORLD.COM

10. Linux is on fire -- COMPUTERWORLD.com

11. Microsoft to certify security professionals computerWORLD.com

12. flaws in Microsoft remedy -- COMPUTERWORLD.com

13. Microsoft 'battles' spam [ not ] -- COMPUTERWORLD.com