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Straight From The Horse's Mouth: Was SCOsource About UnixWare?

Mar 12, 2008, 15:00 (1 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Pamela Jones)

"SCO's new position is that UnixWare is just another interchangeable name for UNIX and that SCOsource was about UnixWare, not Unix System V, but here's some more evidence that they are not the same thing and that SCOsource was primarily about UNIX System V. In this article, I'll restrict myself to things SCOfolk used to say about what SCOsource was about. As you will see, before the Honorable Dale Kimball ruled in August that the UNIX copyrights didn't pass from Novell to SCO, SCO said SCOsource was about UNIX System V source code. Now that it's time to pay Novell for those System V licenses, SCO says they were really UnixWare licenses.

"As I told you in the previous article, I didn't have enough space to say everything in rebuttal in just that one article, and I'm still not done with this one..."

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