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SubjectHow to Avoid GPL Issue
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Dear Sir or Madam,

We are trying to port a third party hardware driver into Linux kernel and
this third party vendor does not allow us to publish the source code. Is
there any approach that we can avoid publicizing the third party code while
porting to Linux? Do we need to write some shim layer code in Linux kernel
to interface the third party code? How can we do that? Is there any document
or samples?

Thank you very much in advance,

GC

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