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CNET: SCO casts wider net for infringers

SCO thinks that various software infringes on their Unix intellectual property. And they want to give people a chance to license.
A 1995 lawsuit set up barriers between the version of Unix that stemmed from AT&T and a variant that it spawned at the University of California's Berkeley campus. That Berkeley variant has spread into several operating systems, including BSD/OS, FreeBSD, NetBSD and OpenBSD. And parts of that BSD code have popped up elsewhere, including in the networking software of older versions of Windows and, more recently, as a foundation for Apple's Mac OS X.

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September 16, 2013 11:24:31

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