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____/ Kari Laine on Thursday 06 Oct 2011 21:14 : \____
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> My pal asked what's the situation with the SCO. So I went to SCO.com and
> was told that SCO assets have been sold to UnXis
> Does anyone know what the situation is with the old IBM case?
> Does this UnXis (whatever that is) have some legal rights to UNIX which
> would affect Linux?
SCO lost again a couple of months ago and according to legal experts in Groklaw
it is unlikely that it will pursue this case further (although it can). This
was covered by The H. I can try to locate the article for your friend.
~~ Best of wishes
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