The whole SCO-IBM-Linux-Novell-MS mess explained: These are getting so commonplace, that I’m tempted to write a summary of the summaries. Still, some good information here.
“Wall Street certainly hasn’t written off SCO, which was trading above $10 per share on Thursday. That’s up from $2.21 in March, the day before it sued IBM. Before SCO sued IBM, it was known for its now-discontinued Caldera Linux and what seemed a moribund Unix variant. It posted a net loss of $24.9 million in fiscal 2002. Yet the 330-employee company understandably cast a long shadow over this week’s LinuxWorld convention in San Francisco, where analyst reports showed Linux is spreading like wildfire. “