"In 2003, the SCO boogeyman was scary. There were fears that SCO
could end the Linux dream much the same way, a generation earlier,
AT&T ended the dream for BSD.
"The SCO boogeyman has now been exposed to be a straw scarecrow
with no real substance.
"A judge has ruled that SCO didn't fully control the Unix
copyright SCO had thought it had bought from Novell nearly a decade
ago. The judge also ruled that Novell could move to stop SCO from
pursuing its subsequent action against IBM on alleged intellectual
property infringement in Linux..."
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