In an e-mail discussion that took place 24 and 25 April, SCO-Caldera Senior Vice President Chris Sontag told MozillaQuest Magazine that there is SCO-owned code in Red Hat and SuSE Linux distributions. He also told MozillaQuest Magazine that the tainted code is not in the Linux kernel that Linus [Torvalds] and others have helped develop. We're talking about what's on the periphery of the Linux kernel.
In January 2003, SCO-Caldera formed its SCOsource project, which is aimed at protecting SCO-Caldera intellectual property (IP). That caused a bit of a ruckus.
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