[Talk] SCO vs. IBM - the gloves come off...

Leon Brooks leon at cyberknights.com.au
Wed Jun 18 13:16:43 EST 2003

On Wed, 18 Jun 2003 10:46, david.newall at auug.org.au wrote:
> SCO claim that IBM violated
> terms of a licence agreement for UNIX, in particular relating to
> export of prohibited software to Cuba, Iran, Iraq, North Korea and
> Syria.

Unfortunately, and in line with their existing string of stunning 
technological blunders, the technology they claim was exported, was 
actually developed on a Caldera-funded machine in England.

One SlashDot poster was angry at the quality of crack that SCO execs are 
evidently keeping aside for their own use. I personally plonk for 
ordinary greed-driven insanity. Either way, the show must, it seems, go 

Cheers; Leon

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