Re: and yet another license complaint
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Le Vendredi 5 Mars 2004 15:13, Alexander Terekhov a écrit : > Udo Rader wrote: > [...] > > > The key issue is obviously that one cannot legally link GPL'ed software > > against some major parts of XFree anymore > > That's just nasty FSF's propaganda and disinformation. It's > absolutely LEGAL [no court ever ruled that it isn't legal, > to begin with] to link the GPL'd software [even without any > "GPL exceptions" on the GPL'd code side] with XFree86 under > its new license. FSF is bluffing. Shame on them. >
But if you deny the legality of some of the GPL claim you automaticaly lost the right to use the programe. So...
The nmap writter deny the use of there GPL code to SCO who fight against the legality of the GPL.
actually even the FSF does not say that about 'free' licenses. they do not recommend the 'license' not the software. they separate the license from the software. perhaps you could learn from their lesson.
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