samgee at elmundolibre.be
Mon Dec 7 14:31:06 UTC 2009
The gNewSense dev team have been reviewing some bug reports recently,
and submitting them upstream. There's a bug report of a file in Linux
(sv_addr.agh). It looks like a C header file and the comment says it was
generated from another file. Because the original file is not in Linux'
source we suspect this to be a GPL violation , so we removed it.
The people from Debian don't agree with that view . They say that
sv_addr.agh can also serve as the preferred form of modification.
As far as I can see linux-libre doesn't remove the file. If so, can you
explain why that is the case?
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