licences are available worldwide.
SCO's Linux licensing programme has proved controversial in the US since launching last year, after the company claimed Linux extensively infringed
its Unix System V intellectual property. SCO, in its previous incarnation as Caldera Systems, had acquired the rights to Unix when it bought the
operating-systems division from the original Santa Cruz-based SCO. Caldera Systems renamed itself SCO after the takeover, while the remains of the
original SCO became Tarantella.