An excerpt from http://www.cnet.com/Content/News/Files/0,16,1925,00.html:Quote:>http://www.caldera.com/news/pr001.html
>You don't think this might have anything to do with DOSEMU, do you?
<Caldera is also seeking to put an end to all of Microsoft's licensing
<practices and pricing policies that could prompt hardware vendors to rely
<exclusively on Microsoft. Further, the suit requires the company to disclose
<to Caldera the APIs for all of its operating systems for ten years and seeks
<to prohibit Microsoft from including code in its products that could create
<real or perceived incompatibility between Microsoft's and Caldera's products.
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Yikes, is this for real? I may have to go out and buy a copy of CND
to express my support. I just hope Caldera wins and shares all those
APIs with the rest of us.
This is both a weird and cool move by Caldera, but more importantly
(to me, at least) it may get some more publicity for Linux.
Followups set to comp.os.linux.advocacy, where a thread is already
ADRAS Computing http://www.crl.com/~adras