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You've got that back to front
Authored by: FrankH on Tuesday, August 07 2012 @ 03:50 PM EDT
Novell was supposed to get 95%. SCO got 5% as an administration fee.

(If I remember correctly, even that isn't strictly true. The agreement was that
Sco would hand over 100% of the licence fees and Novell would pay SCO 5%. SCO
passing over 95% was probably found to be more efficient.)

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All right now, baby it's all right now.

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Novell's money? -- What about the 401K
Authored by: Anonymous on Wednesday, August 08 2012 @ 03:43 AM EDT
Actually, what springs to mind was the lawyering just before the Chapter 11 -
you know, when SCO were saying that there was no need for a constructive trust
for Novell's Moneys, not really, because SCO had *plenty* of money to spare for
that..... While the same lawyers were writing the Chapter 11 paperwork in the
background. I am surprised the judge hasn't taken offence at that, I have found
in the past openly lying to them then running to another judge for a better
decision tends to get them somewhat irate....

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