SCO said Wednesday that it has filed subpoenas with the U.S. District Court in Utah, targeting six different individuals or organizations. Those include Novell; Linus Torvalds, creator of the Linux kernel; Richard Stallman of the Free Software Foundation; Stewart Cohen, chief executive of the Open Source Development Labs; and John Horsley, general counsel of Transmeta.</p> Hmmm. When will this finish? like, ibm may end up buying SCO for cheaper then it would be to bring them to court or settle. In older news, IBM Subpoenas SCO Investors, Analysts, SCO Will Pay You Not to Use Linux and the most interesting one explaining money: SCO’s Lawyers Analyzed. Slashdot have a lot of SCO related stuff here.