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SubjectRe: [PATCH] Blacklist binary-only modules lying about their license
On Sat, 1 May 2004, Marc Boucher wrote:

> One of them redirects the messages to a separate file and appends
> the following notice:
> > ********************************************************************
> > * You can safely ignore the above message about tainting the kernel.
> > * It is completely political and means just that the maintainers of
> > * of modutils package dislike software that is not distributed under
> > * an open source license.
> > ********************************************************************

Right that you're there, you might want also to add something like:

* Do not even try to report your problems with the Linux kernel to software
* maintainers at since they cannot do anything
* about modules they do not have the source of. Reports your problems at:

#define MODULE_CONTACT(...)

- Davide

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