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SubjectRe: The Linux Kernel and Castle Technology Ltd, UK
On Fri, 7 Feb 2003, Russell King wrote:

> Hi all,
>
> I'm afraid that I have to bring this news to linux-kernel; people who
> have written code for the Linux kernel need to know about this, and
> we need to come to a decision about the action we wish to take. Taking
> no action sends a message that "we don't care what you do with kernel
> code, even if you violate the terms of the license."
>

what's interesting is that it's very subtly confirmed on their website.
At http://www.iyonix.com/32bit/PCI_API.shtml in "Introdcution"

"Note that the source code for many of the Linux PCI device drivers is
publicly available on the Internet and may be useful in developing the
corresponding RISC OS device driver. "

-Tony


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