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VNUnet: Linux 'Easily' Recompiled to Dump SCO

Aug 18, 2003, 18:00 (5 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Roger Howorth)

"Vendors and users could easily recompile their Linux software to temporarily remove modules that may contain SCO copyrighted software, according to tests conducted at vnunet.com's sister title IT Week.

"By doing so, users could avoid potential demands by SCO for royalty payments.

"Provided that support contracts allow it, modules could be replaced by alternatives that do not infringe SCO's copyrights, ensuring that levels of functionality are maintained..."

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