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IBM Helps Fund Web Hosting For Anti-SCO Site Groklaw
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12/31/2013 | 5:19:21 PM
IBM Helped Fund Web Hosting for SCO as Well
Before Groklaw even existed, Caldera (and later SCO) used IBM-donated servers at to host a mirror of its ftp site.  An index of the contents is still maintained by (look for  The mirror was apparently actively maintained by Caldera/SCO.  Originally it contained copies of the Caldera OpenLinux distro, but eventually contained copies of support files for OpenServer and UnixWare, SCO's proprietary UNIX product.  SCO continued to deposit files there even after filing its lawsuit against IBM.  For the first year of its existence, Groklaw was co-hosted on exactly the same IBM-donated servers at that contained this mirror of SCO's ftp site.

Funny how Paul McDougall never mentioned this fact.

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