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SubjectRe: more files with licenses that aren't GPL-compatible
On Thu, Jun 17, 2004 at 12:09:23PM +0200, Martin Diehl wrote:
> >From a technical point of view I'm just wondering how it comes this
> firmware is derived from the Linux kernel? I mean this is running on an
> 8-bit microcontroller with some 4KiB of memory so it sounds pretty much
> impossible to me.
>
> If anybody would have a point calling this a derived work from Linux, I'd
> be very concerned about SCO might have a point with their claims wrt.
> Linux being derived from their IP =(:-(

It doesn't matter and that's not what we're discussing here. There are
whole C source files in the build with a license that doesn't allow
modification. Firmware or not doesn't matter at all.

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