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Computerworld: SuSE Describes Strains in UnitedLinux Effort Resulting from SCO Fight

Aug 11, 2003, 16:00 (7 Talkback[s])
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"Amid the Linux vendors and users at this week's LinuxWorld Conference & Expo here, Linux vendor UnitedLinux Inc. was noticeably absent.

"UnitedLinux, in Wakefield, Mass., didn't have a booth at the show, nor did it have a presence as a partner in any of the other vendor booths.

"That four-partner effort to create a standardized, enterprise-ready version of the Linux operating system for business computing, has been strained since March, when one of the UnitedLinux partners--The SCO Group Inc. in Lindon, Utah--filed a lawsuit against IBM seeking damages of more than $3 billion for allegedly contributing some of SCO's Unix intellectual property to Linux..."

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