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How did it all happen?

© June 2004 BigDumbDinosaur

Thu Jun 24 16:59:27 2004 How did it all happen?

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by Steggy (https://www.bcstechnology.net)

Undoubtedly, the lawsuit war being conducted by SCO Group against IBM, Linux, et al, is shaping up to be a watershed event in the history of modern computing. A good synopsis of that war, as well as some background on SCO CEO Darl McBride can be found at Darl McBride, The Linux Killer .

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