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SubjectRe: possible GPL violation involving linux kernel code
Hi!

> > > - 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?

It is required by GPL. Go read it.

OTOH /README on that floppy pointing to GPL and to the sources would
be adequate.

You may want to contact FSF, and they'll provide advice to Promise.
Pavel
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