"In a lawsuit filed on March 3, SCO accused DaimlerChrysler,
Chrysler's corporate parent, of violating the terms of a Unix
license Chrysler signed in the 1980s -- the violation, SCO
suggested, stemmed from Chrysler's adoption of Linux in place of
Unix. At the same time, SCO sued AutoZone, the giant car parts
retailer, which uses Linux in each of its 3,000 stores; SCO claims
that by using Linux, AutoZone is 'willfully' infringing upon SCO's
"To fans of Linux, SCO's latest moves are both silly and a
little bit scary..."
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