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Heise Online: Software of Lidl Notebook Allegedly Violates GPL

Jun 02, 2005, 16:45 (1 Talkback[s])
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"The project gpl-violations.org has noticed that the notebook manufacturer Targa has equipped its model Traveller 826T MT32 produced for the German discount chain of stores Lidl with GPL-licensed software, namely 'Targa Quick Media,' which uses Linux. There was nothing wrong with that in principle, the project founder Harald Welte said, yet the use of such software under the free software license GNU General Public License (GPL) was subject to a number of concrete conditions, he observed..."

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