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SubjectRe: Etiquette of getting a driver into the kernel
>[...] Some kind soul on the net mailed me a newer
> version, which does work a lot more reliably. The email address given for
> the original author (in the source) doesn't seem to answer requests like
> "is there a newer version of this driver", or "Is this driver GPL'd ?".
> Basically, I've a patch for it against 2.4.15, and I'm wondering how I
> should go about getting it into the kernel, so others can debug it for me :)

You must resolve the licensing issue first. Once you are
done, send it to
The USB subsystem has an active maintainer currently.

-- Pete
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