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SubjectRe: BSD Licensed files in Linux kernel.
On Tue, Mar 07, 2000 at 06:23:27PM -0500, Lee Chin wrote:
> So now Im slightly confused... when you say

> "GPL code does not necessarily have to be linked ONLY to GPL code. Rather,
> GPL code must be linked to GPL code *OR* code which is MORE LIBERAL than the
> GPL itself"

> Does this mean to say that If I link my application with glibc, I have to
> gove away my code under either GPL or a more liberal licence?

glibc is NOT GPL. It's LGPL. There is a major serious difference.
And the answer to your question is basically - no.

> Thank You
> Lee

Mike
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