> What surprised me was the PPP compression modules, I didn't use
> PPP in 2.4.10 so maybe the notice was there in 2.4.10, but I didn't
> use them so I didn't see it. I shouldn't have been surprised, but I
> was. BSD compression, BSD license... doh... :>
BSD-licensed modules shouldn't mark the kernel as tainted. If they do,
that's surely a bug.
Any code which is distributed as part of the kernel source tree has a
sane, if not 100% compatible, licence and shouldn't taint your kernel.
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