Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sun 30th Apr 2006 16:13 UTC, submitted by Soulbender
OpenBSD "Freedom, openness, security - these principles lead OpenBSD development. The song for this release, Blob!, and the new artworks that promote them. Federico Biancuzzi interviewed OpenBSD's team of Blob-Busters and discussed new features of OpenBSD 3.9 along with freedom (and quality!) threats."
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maxx_730
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2005-12-14

Uhm. Ndiswrapper is licensed GPL isn't it? Wouldn't this analogy make Wine evil too?

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Bink Member since:
2006-02-19

Ndiswrapper would not exist if the driver was open source to begin with.

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Janizary Member since:
2006-03-12

No, because Wine does not throw garbage binaries into the kernel - the ndis wrapper does. Binary garbage is stuff you should not trust in the kernel space, how hard is this for you to understand?

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