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SubjectRe: Linux support denial in commercial products?
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In linux.dev.kernel, article <ueg25iwfva.fsf@rama.esegi.es>,
jsanchez@esegi.es writes:
>
> This smells of Motif. That guy does not know what he's talking about,
> but I think what he has somewhere overhead is that Linux does not have
> the Motif libraries. You just happened to hear a poor translation.
>
Besides, it's wrong too. Motif costs money. You can't even ship a program
(or, worse, a set of programs) with dynamically-linked Motif libraries,
even though nobody is hurt by this, other than the RAM manufactures. :-(

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