Completed 7-year trial on SCO UNIX and Linux

The blog of Novell appeared a short message that the District Court of Utah (USA) returned a verdict in the case between SCO and Novell on the ownership of copyrights to the operating system UNIX. The victory left for Novell. “This decision - very good news for Novell, Linux and the whole Open Source-Community,” - said in Novell.

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• Unix was left without a master: the U.S. Court overturned the copyright on the operating system, which belonged to Novell »»»
U.S. Court of Appeals acquitted in August 2007 ruling of another court on assignment of copyright to the Unix operating system of Novell, reports Associated Press.
• Unix was left without a master: the U.S. Court overturned the copyright on the operating system, which belonged to Novell »»»
U.S. Court of Appeals acquitted in August 2007 ruling of another court on assignment of copyright to the Unix operating system of Novell, reports Associated Press.
• Novell sold in parts »»»
Legendary in the past, developers of network solutions, Novell sold.
• The court's decision in the case of SCO: Novell owns the rights to UNIX »»»
Judge Dale Kimball (Dale Kimball) announced the ruling in the case of SCO v.
• SCO vs Novell »»»
In its war for the rights to Unix, SCO company suffered a major defeat in the battle - in a dispute over rights to Unix and UnixWare Court of Utah (USA) took the side of Novell.