> > > I use XFree86 4.0.1 with nvidia-drivers 0.96.
> > Take it up with nvidia. Obfuscated effectively binary only code isnt anyone
> > elses problem
It is not only "effectively binary" but "actually binary".
There are no sources, only a few line of C "glue" code.
Maybe you are confusing it with the XFree86 nv drivers from xfree86.org ?
These are the nVidia drivers from nvidia.com
> Is it legal, BTW? Obfuscated drivers should _not_ be linked into
> kernel, because they are not "form preferable for editing".
> The source code for a work means the preferred form of the work for
> making modifications to it. For an executable work, complete source
> So nvidia drivers *are* binary only, as far as GPL is concerned. They
> should never be linked into kernel.
> [Or, someone should get kernel with nvidia drivers compiled in from
> nvidia, and then ask them for sources :-)]
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