Linked by Andrew Youll on Sat 8th Oct 2005 09:20 UTC, submitted by Yves R. Crevecoeur
IBM IBM has dropped its three remaining claims of patent infringement in a lawsuit against the SCO Group, which originally sued Big Blue in March 2003 over claims it broke a Unix licensing contract by moving technology to Linux.
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RE[2]: SCO is dead...
by on Sat 8th Oct 2005 22:29 UTC in reply to "RE: SCO is dead..."

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"How long can it possibly take to check the souce code IBM provided (or Linux itself) against proprietary UNIX code to see if they share code base? "

Remember that we are talking about non-literal copying. So they cannot do a quick test with a code-comparing tool.

With the help of all the MIT rocketscientists (and/or deepdivers) in the world, SCO will prove their theory in time.

Pigs do fly.

(no - I am not serious)

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