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Kernel sources
Not sure if this is complete, but a friend of mine just got his hands on a tarball after we wrote an email request to LeapFrog asking if they could give us the kernel source codes. They did comply to our inquiry, and it only took a few weeks for my friend to have the disc delivered.

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Here's a link to the sources, if anyone's interested:

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Cool, glad they are so willing
(01-27-2016, 05:26 PM)Deak Phreak Wrote: Cool, glad they are so willing

I'm just as glad, dude. Well, come to think of it, they already had a history of complying with the GPL terms anyway, unlike certain firms which would go so far as to stonewalling clients with NDAs even for a supposedly open-source software project such as Linux.

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