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Date:	Thu, 15 Feb 2007 17:02:15 +1000
From:	"Trent Waddington" <>
To:	"v j" <>
Cc:	"Neil Brown" <>, "Dave Jones" <>,
Subject: Re: GPL vs non-GPL device drivers

On 2/15/07, v j <> wrote:
> If adding closed drivers to Linux is illegal, I am perfectly fine with
> that. Just say so. I am not at a dead-end yet, until you make that
> statement. Once you make that statement, then all bets are off. I am
> betting that most companies will not even consider Linux as an
> alternative in the embedded space if this were the case.

Greg KH has already made that statement.

half way down, "Closed source Linux kernel modules are illegal".  As
was said, welcome to 6 months ago.

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