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  • Sun Is Currently Distributing the 2.4 Kernel under the GPL - Sun considers offering their own Linux version, and indemnifying customers based on Sun license with SCO. [Groklaw] (July 29, 2003)
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  • Sun Comes out from behind the Clouds - Sun is 2nd SCO licensee; pact, signed early 2003, expands Sun's 1994 rights to use Unix in Solaris OS; SCO also granted warrant to buy up to 210,000 shares SCO stock, $1.83 a share as part of deal, according to regulatory document. [Groklaw] (July 10, 2003)
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  • Sun Expands Unix Deal with SCO - Previously secret licensee of SCO Unix intellectual property has revealed its identity: Unix leader Sun Microsystems. Sun actually was first firm to sign with SCO, before Microsoft. [CNET News.com] (July 10, 2003)
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  • Sun Sees Opportunity in IBM-SCO Showdown - Sun Microsystems redies AIX to Solaris Migration Program to harvest possible customers from looming battle between SCO and IBM over IBM AIX license, its Unix OS; mandated 100-day license notice period ends Friday. [eWeek] (June 12, 2003)
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  • Sun Confirms IP Rights for All Versions of its Unix Operating Systems - In light of SCO legal dispute with IBM over Unix licensing rights, Sun announced it has absolutely no licensing issues with SCO today. Brief story, some links, several forum comments. [Linux Today] (March 08, 2003)
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  • The Solaris Trap - Sun to release source code to Solaris, proprietary Unix, under Sun Community Source License. This poses a threat: it creates temptation to include non-free code into parts of Linux; could open Linux long crippling series of intellectual property fights, lawsuits. [LWN: Linux Weekly News] (October 04, 1999)
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