FAQ: SCO and Linux

http://home.swbell.net/mck9/sco/ Tries to sort some claims, counterclaims of fact and law, with no negative rhetoric. Focus: legal status of Linux, likelihood SCO will succeed in its efforts; formats: HTML, MS Word. Infrequently Asked Questions too. with thanks to Gregg Sperling. In recent months, the SCO Group (formerly Caldera) has sought to undermine the viability of Linux, and of open source software generally, through legal action and the threat of legal action. The result has been outrage in the open source community, as reflected in
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