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SubjectRe: Module Licensing?
Alan Cox wrote:

>>files and closed-source .o files. That is, it's "mixed source" - part of the
>>driver is open-source and part is closed-source. What happens if the
>>open-source version of the driver is the only code that uses GPL-only symbols.
>> How is that handled?
>>
>
> Well then the open source bit would be GPL which would mean you can;t link
> it with the binary bit.


Ah, but what happens if I distribute the source code, the closed-source .o
files, and a makefile, and tell people that they should link it? Am I
violating the GPL, or is the end-user?

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