I was curious to see that SCO claimed a large company had purchased SCO
licences for Linux installations. SCO refused to reveal the name but
claimed it was a Fortune 500 company.
Anybody want to bet it was Microsoft?
Microsoft has already paid SCO a large but undisclosed sum to harass the
open source community, I mean to buy licence rights to a few fragments of
open source Unix code.
Microsoft also claimed to be running a Linux lab in order to understand it's
main competition better.
Microsoft is my guess at the mystery Fortune 500 client for the new ...