Sydney Morning Herald: SCO Official Defends Linux Sales After Suit was Filed
May 22, 2003, 14:30 (23 Talkback[s])
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"The SCO Group's product management director, Erik Hughes, says
the company continued to sell its Linux products for over two
months after suing IBM based on 'legal advice.'
"SCO filed the case in Utah on March 7, alleging that code from
Unix property which it owns had been used by IBM for furthering its
Linux business. Last week, SCO issued warnings to commercial Linux
users that they could be liable as well and announced that it was
suspending sales of its own Linux products.
"SCO officials have made conflicting claims about these alleged
violations being present in the generic Linux kernel which is
available for download on the web..."