[ale] SCO Tells Linux Users: Time To Pay Up
jknapka at earthlink.net
Tue Jul 22 13:59:22 EDT 2003
Preston Boyington <PBoyington at polyengineering.com> writes:
> > Free Software Foundation?? Well that is to start with.
> > What somewhat scares me is that this is a civil action, and I
> > think that
> > the standard is for a "balance of evidence". Given the crap
> > shoot involved
> > when the standard is "beyond reasonable doubt", there may be
> > grounds to
> > worry somewhat until SCO is dismembered and the principals
> > bankrupted.
> > Unfortunately, I am both nuts and I am not a lawyer. (Lawyers
> > tend to make
> > me paranoid too 8-().
> from what I understand the claim only envolves kernels 2.4 and up. so I
> take it that 2.6 could be delayed until the code in question is replaced?
Wait, wait... has SCO actually proved to *anyone's* satisfaction
that there really is SysV code in the Linux kernel???
Dibbler stunned two sausages and enbunned them...
-- Terry Pratchett, "The Truth"
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