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    SubjectRe: Dual-Licensing Linux Kernel with GPL V2 and GPL V3
    > the new language it contains. It has taken almost 15 years for "Free 
    > Software" to make a dent in the market, and, IMHO, a lot of that is both
    > Linux and the "holes" in GPLv2.

    You appear terminally confused. The purpose of the GPL as defined by its
    authors is not commercial success, world domination or making zillions of
    dollars - it is keeping the software protected by that license "free" in
    terms of liberty as measured against the set of freedoms to
    run/modify/etc they discuss in the licence document.

    The fact this is a good license for making zillions of dollars, producing
    good software and the like is either incidental or a logical result of the
    protection of freedoms depending upon which views you believe.

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