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SCO News Roundup

No news from Kimball, and no 10K today. The stock was up again, for some reason. I think they’re desperately trying to milk it for all it’s worth, in the little time they have remaining. TheStreet has a new article about Cohen & TICC. You…

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Roundup of the day

First, two new filings in the IBM case. Doc 390: IBM’s “duces tecum” subpoena to HP. Duces tecum means IBM wants HP to hand over documents and materials relating to SCO. I agree with the theory others have proposed, suggesting that the recent rash of…

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SCO News Roundup

It occured to me that the mm/dd/yy date format I’ve been using for news roundups is a US-centric thing, so I’m switching to a more neutral format in the interest of increased global harmony and all that. While we’re on the subject of all things…

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SCO News Roundup

Top stories SCO’s 10-K delayed! Canopy vs. Yarro et. al. Palmisano-related delay in SCO v. IBM But you knew about those already. Here’s some other stuff I came across: Not content with bashing Linux, O’Gara has it out for OpenSolaris too. Seems HP doesn’t think…

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SCO News Roundup

Still no info on SCOInfo.com, which I’m sure comes as a great surprise and shock to all gentle readers here on the SCOX board. Some items from comp.unix.sco.misc, since it’s a slow day for regular news. Here’s a poor sap who’s trying to convert a…

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SCO News Roundup

An article on the growing use of Linux by small & medium businesses in Asia. Funny, I thought I heard that the SMB/SME market was SCO’s eternal ironclad stronghold. Huh. Guess not. http://it.asia1.com.sg/newsdaily/news002_20050125.html Here’s an article that’s mostly about Red Hat, but it mentions SCO…

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SCO News Roundup

Well, the big news is the Wells ruling, which you already know about. Here’s a report about a new SCO UnixWare denial-of-service vulnerability: http://secunia.com/advisories/13805/ Here’s another vulnerability, this time a scenario where user processes can escape from a “chroot jail” http://secunia.com/advisories/13915/ Here’s a company that…

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SCO News Roundup

If you go to SCO’s website right now, they’ve got a graphic asking you to donate now to help the tsunami victims. Now there’s a controversial position to take. Although presumably by “tsunami” they mean “Linux”, and by “victims” they mean themselves. Also on sco.com,…

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SCO News Roundup

Whenever QNC gets out of solitary again, this ought to give him/her/it an aneurysm — real live commies joining OSDL!!! http://www.linuxelectrons.com/article.php/20050110202016140 Where’s Joe McCarthy when you need him? Here are some more IBM patents, which they’ll be happy to let you use in your open…

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SCO News Roundup

In the absence of any word from Judge Kimball, today’s catch is mostly Linux news again, which is fine, since snide anti-SCO comments are always appropriate in relation to any Linux news item. The Itanium thing has come up repeatedly in the last few days,…

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