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Re: SCO Turns Up Heat on Linux Users
Posted by: Keith Regan 2003-12-22 09:13:04
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Signaling its intention to turn up the pressure on Linux users, the SCO Group has announced a stepped-up initiative to collect licensing fees from hundreds of enterprises that use both Linux and Unix. Toward that goal, SCO said it has sent out letters warning that it "will take appropriate action to protect our rights." The letters offer recipients a chance to negotiate with SCO and appear to be the final warning before SCO proceeds with lawsuits against Linux users.

Re: SCO Turns Up Heat on Linux Users
Posted by: uzer 2003-12-31 21:07:33 In reply to: Keith Regan
When will it end? This saga should have never happened. Why don't we start to hold these people responsible for the waste of individual and corporate man hours?

Re: SCO Turns Up Heat on Linux Users
Posted by: Mediajuggle 2003-12-22 17:21:22 In reply to: Keith Regan
These guys are such scumbags.....
I really... really... hope this company loses everything and disappears...
and I'm not even a Linux user, though now they're targeting Mac Os X as well...
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