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Deadline scheduling: coming soon?
LWN.net Weekly Edition for November 27, 2013
ACPI for ARM?
LWN.net Weekly Edition for November 21, 2013
GNU virtual private Ethernet
It is a long established principle that a copyright holder cannot violate the license in his/her/its own work.
Consequently, the copyright holder can distribute the "source" of a GPLed work of theirs in any form they wish, or not at all.
Red Hat is not in this position with respect to the Linux kernel.
Does that clear things up?
(I swear--people don't read my long posts, and don't understand the short ones.)
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