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    SubjectRe: GPL vs non-GPL device drivers
    On 2/16/07, v j <> wrote:
    > > It's written in black and white, in the license.
    > Please point me to where it says I cannot load proprietary modules in
    > the Kernel.
    > > Apart from that,
    > > Greg KH has made his opinion clear, and you have said you understand
    > > and don't debate that he holds this opinion, and his code is what you
    > > said you were linking to (the sysfs/class stuff), so why do you keep
    > > saying that "it is not clear".
    > I know his opinion. I don't debate his opinion. It is his code. I
    > choose not to use his code because of the license issue.
    > > Do you think that, somehow, Linus' opinion trumps Greg KH's opinion on
    > > his own code?
    > No, just that the trend is disturbing. If enough Kernel Developers
    > choose to write their Software in a way that prevents others from
    > using it freely, then that is troubling. Especially when these Kernel

    Isn't there a big difference between "use GPL code" and "modify GPL
    code, link closed modules to it & redistribute everything as

    Miguel Ojeda
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