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SubjectRe: Linux-2.4.0-test9 not Open Source
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> Now firstly, let's eliminate the ISDN red-herring from consideration
> because the authors of the code do not place any additional restrictions
> on the GPL whatsoever, they simply bring it to your attention that using
> an un-certified ISDN stack may be illegal in some countries.

The authors of the NTFL layer dont place any additional restrictions on your
use of the code either. They are merely warning you that if you use it in
some ways you are going to get your ass kicked by a third party. WHats the
difference, do you want to be sued by M-Systems or sqaushed by Deutsche Telecon


Alan

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