August 11th, 2003, 06:02 PM
Aduva Claims a SCO Safeguard, replace the fualty code
Aduva software will be able to find and replace all the dirty code on in-production Linux servers automatically, well, at least as far as Red Hat and SuSE go
Aduva calls it "SCO detection," but SCO will have to identify the plagiarisms before Aduva can find them.
Offcourse this is a clever marketing attempt made by the Aduva corporation but my opinion (not that that matters) is that SCO should release to the public what exactly the source code is that they claim has been pirated.
With all the linux developers around the world I think it would take like 15 minutes to replace the alledged 20 lines of illegal code in linux.
SCO, don't be a bunch of (edited for minors) and release the so called 'illegal' source code.