This category is for links that are mostly or all about Silicon Graphics, Inc., aspects of, and involvement in, the SCO vs. IBM lawsuit, and related actions.
SGI's Code Scrub Not Clean Enough for SCO
Silicon Graphics, after internal review, cut 200 source code lines responding to SCO threat to revoke its irrevocable Unix license; code was from high-throughput journaled XFS filesystem, made at SGI years after Unix NFS. [The Register] (October 07, 2003)
SCO Set to Take SGI's Unix License Away
SGI may join IBM on SCO list of intellectual property thieves. In recent SEC filing, SGI says SCO threatened to revoke SGI Unix license due to a breach of contract, similar to IBM complaint, to disrupt Irix sales. [The Register] (October 02, 2003)
SCO Sets its Sights on SGI in Linux Battle
Now it is Silicon Graphics turn in court; SCO threatens to terminate SGI Unix license over code contributed to Linux, similar to claim made against IBM. SGI also denies claim. [eWeek] (October 01, 2003)
SCO to Yank SGI's Unix License
SCO expands its battle over Linux by pledging to revoke Unix contract held by high-end computer maker Silicon Graphics, Inc., due to SGI donating XFS file system software to Linux. [CNET] (October 01, 2003)
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