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Answering SCO Bit by Bit: a.out.h, errno.h and the GPL

Dec 16, 2009, 04:33 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Pamela Jones)

"I find include/linux/a.out.h and include/asm-i386/errno.h as well as the name of a Caldera employee, Torsten Duwe, and the GPL referenced, as well as the credit to Caldera Systems and a mention of calderalabs.com. The CD is copyrighted 2000, and printed on the CD it says that source code for OpenLinux eServer 2.3 was available at www.calderasystems.com/eServer. It's available on the CD as well, happily, since SCO has removed the page listed on the CD, as they have so much that Groklaw published that shows they have been serving up an order of baloney.

"So I opened it up from the CD in emacs, linux-kernel-include-2.2.14-1S.i386.rpm, and there's the very a.out.h and errno.h files listed as verboten, as big as life, in Caldera's very own product.. Maybe it's best if I just show you some screenshots of what I saw:"

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