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SubjectRe: [RFC] klibc requirements
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David Lang <david.lang@digitalinsight.com> writes:

> as an example (not for the boot process, but an example of a replacement
> libc use) I use the firewall toolkit, it has been around for a _loooong_
> time (in software terms anyway) and has a firly odd licence (free for you
> to use, source available, cannot sell it) which is not compatable with the
> GPL. with glibc staticly linked this makes huge binaries, with libc5 they
> were a lot smaller. I would like to try to use this small libc for these
> proxies, but if the library is GPL, not LGPL I'm not allowed to.

Hmm, I think you can; you just can't redistribute it. Can you even
redistribute fwtk on non-commercial terms?

-Doug
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--T. J. Jackson, 1863
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