Linked by David Adams on Fri 22nd Apr 2011 14:47 UTC, submitted by galvanash
Legal A Texas jury has ruled against Google in a suit that alleged some of its use of open-source Linux code amounted to patent infringement, something that could have big implications for other companies using Linux technology and other open-source systems. In the verdict, delivered last week, the jury decided that Google should pay $5 million for the infringement.
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RE[6]: So...
by jrincayc on Sun 24th Apr 2011 13:46 UTC in reply to "RE[5]: So..."
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Well, by 1997, some of the Linux and BSD distributions had repositories. It should be possible.

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