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SubjectRe: Fasttrak100 questions...

> > You are wrong: If you modify the kernel you have to make it available for
> > anyone who wishes to use it; that's also in the GPL. You can't add stuff
> No it isnt. Some people seem to think it is. You only have to provide a
> change if you give someone the binaries concerned. Some people also think
> that 'linking' clauses mean they can just direct the customer to do the link,
> that also would appear to be untrue in legal precedent - the law cares about
> the intent.

This is currently happening with lucent winmodem driver: there's
modified version of serial.c, and customers are asked to compile it
and (staticaly-)link it against proprietary code to get usable
driver. Is that okay or not?
I'm "In my country we have almost anarchy and I don't care."
Panos Katsaloulis describing me w.r.t. patents at
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