customer by the end of February as promised but will take action very
soon, a SCO spokesman said.
On Monday, the spokesman dismissed speculation that the embattled Unix
software company had pulled the plug on a plan to file a major
copyright infringement case against a Linux user because Novell
challenged SCO's copyright ownership of Unix.
"They will soon be proven wrong," said Blake Stowell of SCO, alluding
to open-source advocates who say the potential case is stalled. "All I
can say on the end-user lawsuit front is stay tuned. You'll be hearing
from SCO on this topic very soon."