Ding dong! The SCO is dead. Which old SCO? The wicked SCO! Ding dong! The wicked SCO is dead! It’s true. After just more than seven years of SCO lawsuits, SCO has lost its last real chance of causing Linux … Continue reading →
March 29, 2010
by sjvn01 Comments Off on Is this the end for SCO?
I’ve given up on predicting when the zombie movie series staring the undead SCO monster is finally going to stay quietly in its grave Still, this week a jury is deciding whether SCO or Novell owns Unix’s intellectual property rights. … Continue reading →
Today’s news that TSE (Tokyo Stock Exchange) has moved to Red Hat’s RHEL (Red Hat Enterprise Linux) as the operating platform for its next-generation “Arrowhead” trading system shouldn’t come as any surprise. Linux has become the smart stock market’s operating … Continue reading →
The deal is done. Oracle now owns Sun. Oracle’s main message to Sun’s customers seems to be “Don’t worry, be happy.” That’s not easy when Oracle is not explaining in any detail what it will be doing with open-source software … Continue reading →
No one has taken SCO’s lawsuits against Linux-using companies seriously for years, but somehow or the other SCO kept hanging on like a bad cold that you couldn’t quite shake. The main reason for this was that SCO CEO Darl … Continue reading →