From: (Warren Toomey)
Subject: Re: UNIX 6th Edition Source
Date: 1996/11/21
Message-ID: <572mop$>#1/1
X-Deja-AN: 198125014
distribution: wkt
sender: (Warren Toomey)
references: <Pine.SOL.3.93.961120135743.389f-100000@infernal>
organization: Australian Defence Force Academy
newsgroups: alt.folklore.computers

SCO, who own the UNIX source, still want to keep it protected by licenses.
They agreed to publish most of the kernel source (that which is in the Lions
book), but believe that some of the v6 applications and libraries contain stuff
which has ``great intellectual property''.

I'm trying to convince them to sell cheap individual licenses to v6 & v7
so that people who do want to get the source can shell out a bit of dough
to buy it.

See for details, and fill out the
questionnaire if you're interested!



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