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Darl McBride's position of CEO and President at The SCO Group has been terminated, which could halt the drawn-out legal campaign against Linux.
The SCO Group has been appointed a nanny by the bankruptcy courts after petitioning to be allowed to sell its Unix assets to exit Chapter 11 and continue its litigation.
The ailing SCO company has been ordered to cease its vexatious lawsuits and pay Novell over $2.54 million after falsely accusing the company of using its UNIX IP to better Linux.
The company that Linux fans love to hate has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy late last week. They may be down but sadly we haven't seen the last of them just yet.
Four and a half years into the making, Novell wins copyrights lawsuit over the Unix operating system.
SCO finds another memo: Did we say no smoking gun? Nah, what we meant was No, Smoking Gun!!
No Smoke. No Gun. No Ammo. Quelle Surprise. Yet McBride's Spin-Droids have already started to rev up.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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