> Far smaller companies have _already_ got away with not only violating the
> Linux kernel's GPL, but blatantly encouraging their customers to do so.
Wakey wakey. Unless I am misreading this Andre gave/sold them code he wrote
all of for task file.
> Why should we believe that anyone's actually going to pursue one as large
> as Microsoft?
Microsoft are worth sueing in the USA. They have money
> I believe that IGEL's products are shipping with the DiskOnChip driver in
> this form. Has anyone sued them yet?
I think most people see IGEL as basically good guys who got screwed. Im sure
they'll be very glad to shift to JFFS
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