|FROM ||From: "michael howard"
|SUBJECT ||Subject: [hangout] source code or lawyers
there's a search going on within the wireless community networking for
802.11 access points that have Linux embedded, or that could be modified to
if anyone knows of one, let me know.
it seems to me there should be many of them, but that fact is often hidden
from the public.
so, in the case that a product has linux embedded and the manufacturer
doesn't want to provide the source code for it, and has hidden the fact that
it's built with linux, what happens? how does he get caught?
it seems that perhaps Linux needs some tech savvy lawyers..?
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