Microsoft Talks Like SCO about Linux

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August 5, 2009

[PJ: In Microsoft's SEC filing, highlighted by the article in the Register, it says this: "The Linux operating system, which is also derived from Unix and is available without payment under a General Public License, has gained some acceptance, especially in emerging markets, as competitive pressures lead OEMs to reduce costs and new, lower-price PC form-factors gain adoption.”

That's not true. It was what SCO claimed, but SCO has to date been unable to prove any such thing. Microsoft also calls Linus a "UNIX variant" like Apple. So why is Microsoft channeling SCO like this in its 10K? You tell me.] - The Register

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