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SubjectRe: opening a bzImage?
The GPL does not require them to give you the .config.

I've never tried this, but could you do something like

bunzip2 -c bzImage > zImage && ar -t zImage

?

--Drew Vogel

On Tue, 5 Feb 2002, Roy Sigurd Karlsbakk wrote:

>hi
>
>I have this bzImage file given to me from a company. They don't want to
>give me the .config, but I need it, so I thought I'd try to
>
> - open the bzImage to a vmlinux
> - list the .o's in the vmlinux
>
>Is this possible?
>
>Btw.. Does GPL require them to give me the .config file?
>
>roy
>
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