SCO was building a money vault that would hold 1 to 6 billion dollars for its Linux property claims, the company's chief executive Darl McBride testified.
But his testimony also explained why SCO abandoned its SCOsource licensing programme around 2003. As it turned out, that had everything to do with Novell's claims that it was the real owner of the code for which SCO claimed the property rights.
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