InfoWorld: Linux Advocate: More SCO Evidence Flawed
Aug 21, 2003, 00:15 (20 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Robert McMillan)
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"The SCO Group is zero for two in its efforts to prove that its
Unix software was illegally copied into the Linux operating system,
according to Linux advocate Bruce Perens, who on Wednesday said he
traced a second example of SCO's disputed code and that it was
lawfully included in Linux.
"The revelation came the day after Linux enthusiasts claimed to
have proved that SCO's first public example of copyright violations
in Linux was illegitimate.
"SCO revealed the two snippets of code during a keynote address
at its annual SCO Forum user conference in Las Vegas this Monday.
The first snippet, which SCO claimed was copied line by line from
Unix into Linux, was published by the German publisher, Heise. The
second example, which SCO claimed was an 'obfuscated,' or a nearly
identical copy, was obtained from SCO by IDG News Service..."