"The SCO Group has insisted that changes made by Silicon
Graphics (SGI) to some of its Unix code will not be enough to
prevent termination of SGI's Unix licence.
"SCO plans to revoke SGI's Unix licence even though the latter
claims to have removed all potentially offending code from its XFS
journalling file system, now in Linux. But this does not go far
enough, SCO has told vnunet.com.
"The licence is due to be terminated on 14 October, two months
after a warning letter was sent to SGI complaining that it had
allowed code to be transferred from SCO's Unix System V into
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