Linux Business Week: SCO Can't Sell "Linux Licenses" Worth a Damn
Jun 12, 2004, 21:00 (5 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Maureen O'Gara)
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"SCO's notorious SCOsource licensing program brought in all of
$11,000 in the company's second quarter ended April 30, a fact that
should warm of the cockles of all the Linux hearts out there that
begrudge the company its Unix IP claims.
"SCO's critics would like nothing more than to see it bankrupt
itself pursuing what they believe are its groundless claims that
Linux is little more than ripped-off Unix code. SCO basically says
'fat chance' and claims to have all the financial resources it
needs to see its legal crusade through to the end..."