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SCO prepares to expand Linux fight

SCO Group, which contends Linux contains Unix source code, is preparing to target another major hardware manufacturer. Additionally, SCO contends that IBM has violated terms of its Unix contract and says it could seek an injunction against Big Blue as soon as Monday.

roundup SCO Group, which contends Linux contains Unix source code, is preparing to target another major hardware manufacturer. Additionally, SCO contends that IBM has violated terms of its Unix contract and says it could seek an injunction against Big Blue as soon as Monday.


A company executive says it may file suit against a major hardware manufacturer in North America.
June 13, 2003


SCO Group's next move in its legal battle with IBM will probably come Monday, SCO says, possibly in the form of a request that a judge halt Big Blue's Unix sales.
June 12, 2003


Several groups argue that SCO Group's shipment of a Linux product undermines its attack on the OS's intellectual-property underpinnings.
June 11, 2003


perspective Allen Brown, CEO of The Open Group, explains that his organization owns the Unix trademark and that the SCO Group holds the rights only to the OS source code
June 12, 2003


The company highlights a clause in a contract that it says could bolster its potential legal claims against Linux users.
June 5, 2003


A 1995 contract shows SCO Group receiving broad rights to the Unix operating system but Novell retaining copyrights and patents
June 4, 2003