InfoWorld: SCO's Version of History
Mar 24, 2003, 22:00 (4 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Russell C. Pavlicek)
"The SCO Group's complaint makes for interesting reading. It
includes sweeping statements such as, 'It is not possible for Linux
to rapidly reach Unix performance standards for complete enterprise
functionality without the misappropriation of Unix code, methods,
or concepts to achieve such performance, and coordination by a
larger developer, such as IBM.'
"Gee, if I were SGI with its massive Linux-based Altrix 3000
machine, I'd be concerned about this statement, because the
machine's extreme performance apparently can only be explained by
'misappropriation' of Unix technology..."