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SubjectRe: [ANNOUNCE] DSFS Network Forensic File System for Linux Patches
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> The GPL terms that require GPL conversion of any code that runs on Linux
> is not supported by US Law. Many would
> disagree, but that's OK. In short, it's just like any other proprietary
> app running on Linux. If it uses no Linux code (which
> it does not), then the GPL does not apply to it .

except for section 2 which states that if parts are related (or at least
not independent, for example when they are designed to exclusively work
togethern), and one part is GPL, then both parts need to be, or you
should not distribute the GPL part. This is not "your other code becomes
gpl", it is "you can't distribute the GPL parts".



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