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SubjectRe: Linux 2.4.17-pre1
On Wed, 28, Nov, 2001 at 06:48:13PM -0500, Robert Love spoke thus..
> On Wed, 2001-11-28 at 18:39, Alan Cox wrote:
> > > use "BSD without advertising clause", which causes the kernel to
> > > be
> > > tainted. Shouldn't fs/nls/*.c use "Dual BSD/GPL" or "GPL" instead?
> >
> > Dual BSD/GPL is the correct one. Not a big issue. Since the GPL
> > allows
> > stuff to be freer than GPL but still GPL its arguably correct too I
> > suspect
>
> I was waiting for confirmation about the license status...without
> getting into what license is correct and legal, the current
> MODULE_LICENSE value taints the kernel. The attached patch switches
> to
> Dual BSD/GPL.
Do you know what the legal status of the rest of the *.c files in fs/nls
is? There are still quite a few which have no MODULE_LICENSE tag at all
which causes the kernel to be tainted (IMO) incorrectly.

Mark

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