SCO doesn’t plan more suits against Linux users

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SCO doesn't plan more suits against Linux users

The SCO Group on Wednesday said it doesn’t plan to file additional lawsuits related to its claims that Linux violates the company’s intellectual property rights, until final court decisions are reached on pending cases.

Darl McBride, chief executive of the Lindon, Utah, company, will wait for decisions in SCO’s lawsuits against IBM and AutoZone before deciding whether to move ahead with additional litigation, company spokesman Blake Stowell said in a telephone interview from the SCO Forum convention in Las Vegas.

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