SCO to raise its Linux license fees?

Posted on Wednesday, August 11 2004 @ 13:08 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
SCO is hinting that it may soon raise the cost of its intellectual property (IP) licenses, which it says companies running Linux need to buy in order to avoid being sued.

Many in the open-source community have been angered by SCO's ongoing claim that its proprietary Unix code has been illegally included within Linux. The company is currently involved in legal action against IBM, Novell and AutoZone.
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