"Some of these wrongful disclosures include areas such as an entire file management system; others are communications by IBM personnel working on Linux that resulted in enhancing Linux functionality by disclosing a method or concept from Unix technology," SCO said. "The numerosity and substantiality of the disclosures reflects the pervasive extent and sustained degree as to which IBM disclosed methods, concepts, and in many places, literal code, from Unix-derived technologies in order to enhance the ability of Linux to be used as a scalable and reliable operating system for business and as an alternative to proprietary Unix systems such as those licensed by SCO and others."
Given the amount of time that's passed since SCO's first wild-eyed claims of infringement, and the company's stunning lack of evidence to date, I personally doubt that there's much ammo in SCO's latest filing. The company has promised a final report on IBM's alleged abuses by December 22nd. Hopefully, it'll bring an end to this particular farce.