SCO's new redacted version of its Objections to Order Granting in Part IBM's Motion to Limit SCO's Claims.
"Note as I do with a smile number 2 on the list, where Sontag's statement was that they had compared the Linux kernel and System V and found "many instances where our proprietary software has been simply copied and pasted or changed in order to hide the origin..."
SCO then states in the Appendix:
This is an accurate statement of comparison work performed by SCO in advance of public statements. There are in fact instances in which SCO's proprietary System V code was simply copied and pasted into the Linux kernel or associated libraries that were then included in a Red Hat distribution. Items Nos. 183, 184, 272.
Ah! Weasel! Thy name is SCO.
Hint to nongeeks: the libraries they are talking about are not part of the Linux kernel.
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