Linux Australia Pty Ltd has failed to gain control over a trademark and a domain name that was once linked with the company, after taking legal action in a South Australian court last week. Linux Australia Pty Ltd -- currently trading as Openera -- applied to Adelaide's district court for a legal injunction to force two estranged former business partners to hand control of the items back to the company.
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Microsoft wins a preliminary injunction that bars Lindows, maker of a Linux OS that mimics Windows, from selling products under the Lindows name in the Netherlands and other Benelux countries.
Upstart Linux company Lindows.com can carry on using its name after a judge refused Microsoft's request for an injunction against it
German Linux distributor settles a trademark lawsuit less than 24 hours after a court injunction stops products from shipping
An injunction against SuSE has put a hold on distributions of its operating system in Germany while negotiations continue
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