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SubjectRE: Linux 2.4.9-ac6
>> 	I think, perhaps, the logic should be that a module
>> shouldn't taint the kernel if:
>>
>> 1) The user built the module from source on that machine, OR
>>
>> 2) The module source is freely available without restriction
>
> I just realized two things. One, there's a strong argument that this
> should be an AND, not an OR.

And as all distributions would fail (1) in initial form, all
distributions would result in tainted kernels. Is this the
intent?

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Alex Bligh
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