> And I most certainly can release it under a licence which says
> that you may only redistribute it if you don't do so in combination
> with other software which is under a different licence. Copyright
> law most definitely does allow that, and that's what the GPL does.
Interesting. If I am understanding you correctly, you are saying that anyone who distributes a Linux kernel with a binary driver (many, if not most, embedded Linux devices out there would qualify) is in violation of the GPL.
Not an interpretation I had heard (or, perhaps more likely, understood) before.