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Re: [seul-edu] Some ideas to consider
On Sunday 10 August 2003 02:08 pm, Jennifer Dozar wrote:
> Point of the SCO thing, is that this case may taint the very name of
> linux into being 'expensive' cause schools won't consider that kernel
> 2.4 is the only one that is tainted, even tho, i don't think that is
> what SCO is claiming now. SO no matter what linux you are running,
> according to SCO you have to pay them some huge licensing fee to use it.
On SCO's own website they are only referring to Linux Kernel 2.4 and later
" Does everyone who uses Linux need a SCO UNIX IP License for Linux?
End users running Linux 2.4 or later versions for commercial purposes need a
SCO IP license."