Salt Lake City Weekly: Linux Code Red

“It’s taken more than a decade, millions of man hours and an
international movement bent on software sovereignty to poise Linux
as the fastest-growing player in information technology. Now, on
the cusp of punching through proprietary software’s kung-fu grip on
the market, a fuming little Utah County company threatens to stomp
Linux dead in its tracks.

“‘I’ve been pounding the table here for a year or so saying
there’s no free lunch, and there is going to be a day of reckoning
for every company that thinks they are going to try and sell a free
model.’ That’s Darl McBride, president and CEO of the SCO Group, a
perennial loser at selling UNIX and, until recently, Linux
operating systems…”


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