> * Clause 6: "... You may not impose any further restrictions on the
> recipients' exercise of the rights granted herein."
> Therefore, any additional constraints people may wish to impose, such as
> Greg's comment in security.h, are invalid. When someone receives a copy
> of the Linux kernel, the license is pure, vanilla GPL, with no funny
Greg's comment states what is already stated by the GPL. It might not suit
your personal desire, but thats tough. The matter is one of "linking" - in
a legal not a technical sense and of what is and is not a derivative
work. If your code is a derivative work of GPL code then the GPL is
totally clear on the matter.
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