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Re: Can linux kernel claim it uses GPL v2?

From: Alfred M. Szmidt
Subject: Re: Can linux kernel claim it uses GPL v2?
Date: Mon, 9 Oct 2006 16:33:55 +0200 (CEST)

   >    Because GPL. Either kernel is GPL or not. If it is (and as you
   >    say it is) then same rules apply to all programs distributed
   >    under conditions of GPL.
   > One is always free to add special execptions, in the case of
   > Linux, that is exactly the case.

   Exactly not the case. Torvalds said times and again that there's no
   any special exceptions whatsoever, retard ams.

That is why Linux allows not only non-free modules to being linked,
but also non-free binaries to being added...  What Linus says has not
much to do with it, much like what you say has nothing to do with

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