Friday, July 15, 2005

SCO Fails to Find Linux Smoking Gun

An internal investigation at SCO in August 2002 reported that not a single line of code in the Linux kernel was found that violated SCO's copyright, according to an e-mail obtained by legal Web site Groklaw. "SCO was sure that it was going to find evidence of copyright violations," the author of the message wrote. An outside consultant spent between four and six months comparing Linux with the so-called AT&T Unix code. [More...]

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