DaimlerChrysler has asked a judge to dismiss the SCO Group's lawsuit against the company, one of several high-profile cases that have entangled Linux in SCO's intellectual-property claims over Unix.

In a March lawsuit, SCO charged DaimlerChrysler with breaching the Unix contract between the two companies by refusing to certify compliance with the agreement. But in an April 15 filing in Oakland County Circuit Court in Michigan, DaimlerChrysler denied it breached the contract.

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