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SubjectRe: possible GPL violation involving linux kernel code
On Sun, Apr 21, 2002 at 01:43:58AM -0500, Chris Abbey wrote:
> I just know I'm going to regret posting this, but I can think of
> no better group to notify of this than the copyright holders, and
> no better location for the majority of them then l-k.
>
> While searching through all of the driver images on Promise Tech's
> website I stumbled across their disk images for Caldera/Open Linux
> and their TX2 card ( http://promise.com/support/file/ftol_12014.tgz )
>
> This tarball contains two disk images:
> -rw-r--r-- 1 cabbey 1474560 Nov 19 01:29 ols31-ft.img
> -rw-r--r-- 1 cabbey 1474560 Nov 19 01:27 olw31-ft.img
>
> which in turn contain binary modules from 2.4.2 and 2.4.3
> (intermixed, I found some modules from 2.4.2 and some from
> 2.4.3, as well as a few of their rc's)
>
> The contents of one of these images (ols31-ft.img) is as such
> (ther other disk is very similar):

Calm down - OpenLinux driver disks are supposed to contain the standard
modules in addition to the new ones. You can find your sources in
/usr/src/linux.

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