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    SubjectRe: Nasty Requirements for non-GPL Linux Kernel Modules?
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    > If the free software community understood and accepted this, by the
    way,
    > then I think that it removes the need for the LGPL, it's redundant.

    What is when compiling a DOS/DJGPP programme? IIRC it is statically
    linked
    to the libc-dos. IIRC the LGPL here prevents the remaining DOS programme
    code
    to be GPL'ed too.

    I'm neither a lawyer, but this is the difference as I understood.
    Please correct me if I am wrong.

    -mirabilos
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