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Posted by: Anonymous Coward on April 13, 2002 01:59 AM
That is the dumbest way to look at it. Lindows has people paying them to recieve a product and you're trying to claim that this is somehow a special situation? And furthermore, there is bound to be a lot of code copyright the FSF in Lindows. It's their code, it's their copyright, Lindows either follows the copyright or they don't get to distribute anything. It doesn't matter what you label it, if you distribute a "development" release, you still need to release the code according to the GPL. Try reading it sometime and try to comprehend the words before talking about it.


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