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NetFlash: SCO drops Linux, warns Linux users

May 15, 20032 mins

The SCO Group yesterday declared war on the Linux community, and even commercial Linux users. The company went a giant step beyond its lawsuit against IBM, in essence warning users that if they don’t keep their dirty little hands off the operating system, SCO will come after them for intellectual-property violations. Naturally, SCO also stopped all of its Linux development and “suspended” activities with the UnitedLinux group – presumably so it could focus on suing people. Read the story, then tell us what you think in our forum.

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