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SubjectRe: [RFC/PATCH 1/2] in-kernel sockets API
On Tuesday 13 June 2006 19:17, Brian F. G. Bidulock wrote:
> Chase,
> On Tue, 13 Jun 2006, Chase Venters wrote:
> > I'm trying to imagine what kind of legitimate non-GPL modules might
> > use them.
> Example: in-kernel RTP implementation derived from AT&T rtp-lib
> implementation (non-GPL compatible license) utilizing this kernel
> interface for UDP socket access.

I don't mean to be obtuse, but the "Non-exclusive Non-commercial Limited-use
Source" license seems to make something like that have limited usefulness in
general. That is -- unless one were to obtain a commercial license from AT&T,
but then that starts falling into the domain of what is likely prohibited by
the GPL (some sort of proprietary work actually _derived_ off the kernel
rather than just supporting it in some way).

But I did ask for examples...

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