“Can I SCO Now?”


This is a geek song sang to the music of “Can I Go Now” by Jennifer Love Hewitt. It aims to discuss the SCO vs. Linux saga, in which The SCO Group (formerly known as Caldera) alleged copyrights to the Linux kernel, on what appears to be baseless claims.

Currently, this song is incomplete and requires some familiarity with geek culture.


What's the point of claiming your code is illegal?
I might anger a few, but I just wanna sue.


Can I SCO now?
Sue who you wanna sue,
it doesn't matter anyhoo,
it's time to litigate.
Can I SCO Now?
Say what you wanna say,
we don't care anyway,
we're going to inflate.

Can I, can I, SCO now….

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