On 19 Apr 2005, at 11:54, Colm MacCarthaigh wrote:
> "The software in question includes, but is not limited to, the Linux
> kernel Version 2.4.18,; the UCL data compression library; the Reiser
> file system [reiserfs]; l2tpd; the GNU C Library [glibc]; and the GNU
> zlib Compression Library [zlib]"
Which, according to Fortinet, is
"a very small piece of FortiOS firmware"
I'd like the Fortinet people to explain this line though:
It is unfortunate that the GPL team has a record of repeatedly filing
lawsuits against growing technology companies such as Fortinet to
seemingly serve their own commercial interests
What commercial interests would those be, I wonder?
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