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We finally have the transcript from the court for the January 23, 2007 hearing in SCO v. Novell. This is the hearing on Novell's motion about the money, on the question of whether SCO owes Novell for the money it took in from Sun and Microsoft in 2003, or as I call it Novell's "give us our money before it's all gone" motion. SCO also filed a Cross Motion, also heard that day
Today, we are sorry to announce the end of life for Fedora 10 (Cambridge) on December 17th, 2009. This means that, starting two days ago, users of Fedora 10 will no longer receive security/critical fixes and software updates.
SCO and Novell have jointly filed an intriguing document, Joint Motion for Extension Regarding Deadlines for Proposed Final Judgment and Pre-Judgment Interest Submission [PDF], and we find out what's been going on since the trial ended early in May.
An objection from IBM lodged with the bankruptcy court has opened up a surprise new front in the SCO Group liquidation hearing. According to IBM lawyers, in 2008 SCO boss Darl McBride made personal payments to Steven Norris via an intermediary, for searching for further investors willing to invest in SCO.