You know, it's conceivable that the only GPL software that the MI424WR uses is Busybox.
(Doesn't VxWorks provide a Linux userspace/syscall emulator?)
Even if it's not, it's certianly plausible that only Busybox has been modified from the other
set of GPL sources they provide on that site.
Even if that isn't the case, they're under no obligation to provide the full set of source
code on a public web site, given that they provide a written offer to provide the source on
This is why I said that "on the surface, Actiontec is complying with the GPL."
Now if someone sends Actiontec $15 and the CD doesn't contain everything it's supposed to...
then you can wag the finger at 'em and toss 'em to the legal wolves.
Anyway. I'm glad these lawsuits are happening; aside from the direct cost of litigation, the
fact that losing will destroy their business (and the fact that they *will* lose) means the
relatively trivial cost of preemptively complying with the GPL is well worth it.