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SCO appeals UNIX decision

by on03 September 2007


Fight to the bitter end


SCO has decided to appeal its failed case against Novell.

Early last month US District Court Judge Dale Kimball ruled that Novell, not SCO, owns Unix's IP rights which means its anti-Linux case against IBM will fall flat.

According to LinuxWatch SCO is asking the court to enter a final judgement on the Unix ownership issues so that it can seek an immediate appeal.

SCO CEO Darl McBride said that when SCO paid more than $100 million for the UNIX technology to Novell in 1995, it purchased everything.

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