"At the end, we had found absolutely *nothing*. ie no evidence of any copyright infringement whatsoever," Davidson wrote in his e-mail. "There is, indeed, a lot of code that is common between UNIX and Linux (all of the X Windows system, for example) but invariably it turned out that the common code was something that both we (SCO) and the Linux community had obtained (legitimately) from some third party."
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