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SubjectRe: possible GPL violation involving linux kernel code
On Sun, Apr 21, 2002 at 01:52:34AM -0500, Chris Abbey wrote:
> Today, Christoph Hellwig wrote:
> > Calm down
> I am calm. As I said, I didn't want to post it, but that's the
> best way to get word to the copyright holders, who are the only
> ones that can act on any violations.

Blah. First thing you'd do if you were serious would be to contact
Promise. If they have a support person that has a little more clue
than their driver guys they'd point you to the OpenLinux kernel source
RPM and you wouldn't even have to make so much noise.

> > - 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.
> Not on that floppy you don't, nor in the download that included the
> floppy image, nor in any offer contained within that disk/image, nor
> on promise's website along with that image.

Where the heck did you get the impression from that this is required by
the GPL?


Dont't feed the trolls.
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