Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 21st Sep 2009 08:44 UTC, submitted by Cytor
Hardware, Embedded Systems There are several options out there if you wan to run Mac OS X on your non-Apple labelled computer, but one of them appears to be in serious trouble. It has been uncovered that the EFI-X module is nothing more than a USB stick with a DRM chip, with code from the hackintosh community on it - without attribution. On top of that, its firmware update utility uses LGPL code - again, without attribution.
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RE[4]: strange situation
by gfolkert on Mon 21st Sep 2009 11:40 UTC in reply to "RE[3]: strange situation"
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On the other Hand, ASEM probably payed the copyright holders enough to make a lawsuit go away.(citation needed)


Ummm, no, they clearly indicate its their OWN code (a lie).

Paying money to the Copyright holders is not what they want, they want re-released code and attribution.

Where in the article or website does ASEM do that, please refer me?

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