Legal experts expect many Linux customers to grow more nervous as a result of SCO's suits against AutoZone and DaimlerChrysler, but Howard Feiock,
systems administrator for Baraboo, Wis.-based dairy cooperative Foremost Farms USA, is not among them.
"I don't think that SCO has a case. I am just waiting for the case to be thrown out and for SCO to subsequently go out of business," said Feiock,
whose business uses Linux for screening e-mail for viruses and is testing Oracle business software. "For our organization, we have no plans to
discontinue use of Linux in our environment whatsoever."