Groklaw has the news
: one of the first big rulings in Novell v. SCO has come in, and Novell wins. In particular, Novell has been determined to be the owner of the Unix copyrights, and Novell has the right to waive claims against others (like IBM) based on that code. The full ruling [PDF]
is available. Update
: one of the (presumably many) interesting points in the ruling is that SCO owes Novell the bulk of the money it got from Sun and Microsoft. That's more money than SCO has now.
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