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IT Management Linux News for Dec 22, 2003

  • eWeek: SCO Financials Improve As IP Fights Heat Up (Dec 22, 2003, 21:00)
    "Fourth-quarter revenue from Unix was $14 million, company officials said. In addition, SCO CEO Darl McBride said the company generated $10.3 million in revenue from its SCOsource licensing initiative..." Includes coverage of today's SCO press conference.

  • Silicon.com: Desktop Linux--No Cost Savings, Says Barclays CTO (Dec 22, 2003, 20:30)
    "Linux is not a viable desktop proposition for most large organisations because the service issues surrounding it negate any cost savings on licence fees, according to the CTO of one of the largest IT operations in the world..."

  • SmartMoney: The Cat in the Red Hat (Dec 22, 2003, 19:00)
    "The good news was just too juicy for Wall Street to keep under its hat..."

  • New York Times: SCO Sends Second Warning Letter to Linux Users (Dec 22, 2003, 14:00)
    "The new letters, signed by Ryan E. Tibbitts, SCO's general counsel, name more than 65 programming files that 'have been copied verbatim from our copyrighted Unix code base and contributed to Linux...'" [Free registration required, alternate link provided. -ed]

  • CNET News: Linux Catches On at Coal Power Plants (Dec 22, 2003, 13:00)
    "RWE Innogy, a power company in the United Kingdom, has begun moving systems that control its coal-fired power plants to Linux..."