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Valdis.Kletnieks@vt.edu wrote:

| On Wed, 20 Aug 2003 18:27:31 -0000, davidsen@tmr.com (bill davidsen)
said:
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|>Colin Paul Adams <colin@colina.demon.co.uk> wrote:
|>| But Caldera are SCO now, aren't they? Are they going to sue themselves!?
|>
|>Thay should! Oh wait, you said sue, not shoot... nevermind.
|
|
| Only in the foot.. only in the foot.. unfortunately.

This case is getting more rediculous with each day...lfmao

Oh dear, it seems that our /comments/ are alike. Hrmm. Pity the
compiller doesn't take any notice of them, and therefore, I don't see
the evidence that the /code/ has been stolen. Also, as others have
quite rightfully pointed out, it doesn't even compile -- syntax errors
galore.

Lets hope some people in the legal profession have some C knowledge --
or at least have the sense to go directly to the kernel source on
kernel.org rather than relying on what SCO provides.

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