Roughly a year ago, SCO Group unveiled its legal strategy for protecting its alleged copyrighted code within Linux, suing IBM for billions of dollars
and threatening hundreds of corporate end users with similar action. The idea was to get these companies to ante up licensing fees to SCO, or perhaps
to win huge settlements or court cases in its favor. That left IT shops in a quandary: To buy or not to buy Linux?
March 9, 2004