SCO has just expanded their lawsuit to claim ownership over XFS (and
presumably, all of IRIX):
"In Exhibit C, SCO sets forth additional code in Linux in which SCO
claims a right. Specifically, Exhibit C shows that Silicon Graphics, Inc.
("SGI") violated its UNIX Software Agreement with SCO by transferring
direct lines of UNIX to Linux from its version of UNIX known as "IRIX."
IRIX is a derivative work of, and modification based on, System V that
contains substantial parts of System V code. In addition to SGI's transfer
of direct lines of code from UNIX System V to Linux, as set forth in
Exhibit A attached hereto, SGI has improperly transferred the UNIX filing
system it developed as part of IRIX to Linux, thereby improperly giving
the Linux open source developers access to an advanced journaling file
system for streaming media for use in enterprise applications of Linux. On
information and belief, most or all of the code contained in all of the
files of the IRIX/XFS filing system have been improperly transferred to
What is SGI's position on this?