"Lycoris revealed today that its flagship product, Desktop/LX,
is based on Caldera OpenLinux, which Lycoris has a license to
develop and distribute directly from SCO. The terms of this
previous agreement lock in Lycoris's ability to alter the source
code of the Caldera OpenLinux product, which it has done
extensively and release the results as Open Source to the
"'Anyone can still download the source to Caldera OpenLinux
today and modify it as we have done under the terms of SCO's own
freely distributable license,' states Jason Spisak, Vice President
of Market Development for Lycoris. â€œThey have a
specific licensing agreement with Lycoris for that source code, and
both parties are adhering to that license, so our users have
nothing to worry about...'"
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