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In the latest round of its ongoing Linux legal fight, The SCO Group Monday filed a motion asking a judge to dismiss a pending suit by Red Hat. In its motion filed in the U.S. District Court in Delaware, SCO contends that Red Hat's grounds for its lawsuit are baseless, in part because Red Hat is seeking to defend its open-source Linux operating system against a nonexistent legal challenge from SCO.
"claiming that Big Blue had illegally used the Unix operating system, owned by SCO,"
PLEASE, get it right. SCO does not 'own' UNIX, just some prehistoric code from one flavour of UNIX. UNIX is a set of standards by which Operating Systems are built. Ever heard of the Open Group?