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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 
from http://www.sco.com/scosource/linuxlicensefaq.html

" 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."