SCO Clears Linux Kernel but Implicates Red Hat and SuSE
Posted on: 04/29/2003 12:47 AM

Saw over at PCLinuxOnline that MozillaQuest has published an interview with SCO-Caldera Senior Vice President Chris Sontag

MozillaQuest Magazine: If so, could you please explain what Red Hat and/or SuSE have done or are what they doing for which there "will be a day of reckoning"?

Chris Sontag: We are using objective third parties to do comparisons of our UNIX System V [SCO-owned Unix] source code and Red Hat as an example. We are coming across many instances where our proprietary software has simply been copied and pasted or changed in order to hide the origin of our System V code in Red Hat. This is the kind of thing that we will need to address with many Linux distribution companies at some point.


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