Re: freebox possible GPL violation
From: Pierre Michon
Date: Wed Oct 05 2005 - 12:58:28 EST
>Not complex enough so that a network boot protocol can't fit on a BIOS
>chip, believe me.
So _why_ the freebox act _differently_ in the boot process when there is
a firmware update ?
Just for the fun ?
> he only wrong assumptions that I see here are yours.
I provide facts and arguments, you provide nothing.
>I don't understand why you cannot accept that the Freebox is part of the
>Free network infrastructure and that you are not using directly the OS
>but only the service that they provide.
So what about _my_ wifi pcmcia card ?
What about the people who had to paid 400 euros and receive a letter
from free telling them that according to CGV there are the onwer of the
freebox (ok this one need some checks).
Again in my first post I provide facts for this (with links), you provide
nothing than replying always the same things without arguments against
Please take my first post and reply to point A, B, C with arguments.
>'Got it, now ?
No, because you didn't answer to my questions...
Please let's continue on legal gpl-violations.org ML.
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