rajesh.padalia at gmail
Nov 7, 2009, 7:04 AM
Post #4 of 4
On Sat, Nov 7, 2009 at 5:00 PM, Andy Walls <awalls [at] radix> wrote:
> On Sat, 2009-11-07 at 08:53 -0500, Andy Walls wrote:
>> On Sat, 2009-11-07 at 14:30 +0300, Rajesh Padalia wrote:
>> You are an owner of a MyTellyHD, and I believe you have a modified Linux
>> kernel on that device. *If* that is the case, under the terms of the
>> GPL, *you* are entitled to the source code modified by Interact-TV that
>> corresponds to the binaries that Interact-TV distributed.
>> Please verify that your unit runs a linux kernel, and then politely
>> request of Interact-TV that they provide you with the modified linux
>> kernel source code, per the GPL. If they balk, tell them that all you
>> really want in the modifications made to the kernel for the MPEG capture
>> card with PCI id 1540:9673 (which I think is a Provideo Multimedia
> Here's an excerpt from Interact-TV's software license agreement:
> "Open Source Components:The Telly contains numerous software components,
> each of which was written and copyrighted individually. Some of these
> software components are licensed pursuant to the GNU General Public
> License GPL that permits you to copy, modify and redistribute the
> software, in both source and binary code forms. To request more about
> the open source software modules included in Telly, please send an email
> to: info [at] interact-tv Please review the documentation that
> accompanies each source package for specific copyright information for
> that component. A copy of the GNU GPL can be obtained from www.gnu.org"
> So it looks like you should send the email to: info [at] interact-tv .
I have already sent email to Interact-TV, I will update list when I
get some response from them.
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