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SubjectRe: tighter compression for x86 kernels
>The UPX team owns all copyright in all of UPX and in each part of
> UPX. Therefore, the UPX team may choose which license(s), and has
> chosen two
> This permits using UPX to pack a non-GPL executable.

Stupid question time: isn't this what the LGPL was designed to do? The
Library GPL, so people who compiled stuff with gcc and linked it with
glibc wouldn't necessarily be gpl-ing their binary by doing so? (Or the
leprosy GPL, or whatever Stallman's renamed it this month. The license
text hasn't changed...)

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