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    SubjectRe: Article: IBM wants to "clean up the license" of Linux
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    In message <199901020833.DAA24808@saturn.cs.uml.edu>, "Albert D. Cahalan" 
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    | to be mentioned anymore. When I see i386-redhat-linux on all the
    | FSF stuff I compile, I will reconsider that decision. Until then,
    | I hope others will join me in ignoring you as punishment.
    +--->8

    That's hypocrisy.

    "i386-redhat-linux", eh? On S.u.S.E.? Debian? Stampede? Pacific Hi-Tech?
    None of which are sufficiently different to require a different canonical
    triplet. So all of them would end up being identified as "redhat"... and I
    fail to see how identifying other Linux distributions as Red Hat (or Red Hat
    wannabees) differs from your complaint about "GNU/Linux".

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    carnegie mellon / electrical and computer engineering KF8NH
    We are Linux. Resistance is an indication that you missed the point.



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