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Novell to SCO: Your Mother Wears Army Boots

Novell to SCO: Your Mother Wears Army Boots

Wednesday morning Novell came up with a formal retort to SCO filing suit against it. Basically an exercise in name-calling. It said, "This lawsuit illustrates that SCO's campaign against enterprise adoption of Linux is foundering. It seems that litigation has now become SCO's principal line of business. Certainly, it is now deeply mired in the legal process. As a result of this latest SCO action, Novell finds itself in good company with IBM and Red Hat, both of whom are also in litigation with SCO. Because this matter is now in the courts, we will not comment further, except to say that Novell intends to vigorously defend the lawsuit."

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