"Kenn Humborg" said:
> Surely a kernel compiled with a certain .config is a derived
> work of the GPL-ed kernel. And the .config should be considered
> a "source" file. Therefore smoothwall are obliged to provide
> you with their .config. So it must be there...
The Smoothwall guys sound like the biggest bunch of arseholes -- even
though legally they should, they have such a wierd attitude problem, by
all accounts, that they won't.
IPCop's a proper-GPL fork of Smoothwall: I reckon that's worth a go.
I wouldn't touch Smoothwall with a ten-foot pole...
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