EOF - Linux vs. SCO—A Foregone Conclusion

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Re: Linux vs. SCO--A Foregone Conclusion

Anonymous's picture

SCO is already dead. Even if in the 1/10000000000 chance they should win against IBM. The very most it would do is slow down Linux while code is rewritten. Besides who would buy there Software anyway? I would run Windows Servers before using SCO Unix... yuk.. And from what I has seen so far. I over estamated the chances of them winning to begin with. Not one legal eagle, not being paid by SCO, is saying they have any chance.

Time to ignore SCO and leave them to there fate. IBM will finish them and if not IBM. Novell, RedHat, AutoZone and others are standing in line to slap them around in court.

It is a shame after all the work from all the people that worked on UNIX for decades. It's legacy is going to be that of SCO. Remembered by failed court battles instead of the grand father of whatever Linux will become. Unix was once a great OS and now The SCO Group has turned it into crap. I just hope our court system here in the USA can put an end to this before too long.

Slime Bags The SCO Group and my old friend UNIX should Rest in Peace!

Re: Linux vs. SCO--A Foregone Conclusion

Anonymous's picture

Do it go and kill them

Cees

Re: Linux vs. SCO--A Foregone Conclusion

Anonymous's picture

Good ment advice, at least that is what they told me in the army. It worked as well. Shoot, aim, shoot.

Re: Linux vs. SCO--A Foregone Conclusion

Anonymous's picture

I hope you did not shoot in your own foot?????????????

Re: Linux vs. SCO--A Foregone Conclusion

Anonymous's picture

Agreed! SCO hurry and shoot youself and get the heck out of the way. We got systems to setup.

Re: Linux vs. SCO--A Foregone Conclusion

Anonymous's picture

Go and kill them

Cees

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