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Re: FreeBSD vs. Linux
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- Subject: Re: FreeBSD vs. Linux
- From: Christopher Sekiya <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Mon, 13 Nov 2000 23:13:52 +0900
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On Mon, Nov 13, 2000 at 01:45:42PM +0000, Simon Cozens wrote: > *BSD includes both BSD licenses and GPL'd code, and so-called GNU systems > include both BSD licensed and GPL'd code. Right. *BSD is somewhat hypocritical in this regard -- GPL code _is_ distributed, but it's kept in a non-modified form in /gnu. In their defense, they keep the GPL'd code to the minimum possible and replace GPL'd code as soon as a BSD'd replacement becomes available (NetBSD is relacing GNU tar with pax, for instance). I was trying to keep it simple ;) -- Chris
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