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SubjectRe: Non-standard MODULE_LICENSEs in 2.4.13-ac2
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> but I think you are confusing intent with implementation.  The intent
> (AFAICS) is to mark the kernel tainted ONLY if a closed-source module
> is loaded, rather than to be a "license police" mechanism, especially
> for sources that have been included in the kernel for a long time.

"BSD" can indicate totally closed source material as well as other stuff

Also Keith is right - if it is GPL compatible BSD code linked with the
kernel then its correct to describe it as Dual BSD/GPL anyway
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