libfs: are we actually using User/Group IDs?

Daniel Gutson daniel.gutson at
Mon Dec 7 02:03:00 UTC 2015

On Sun, Dec 6, 2015 at 10:42 PM, Chris Johns <chrisj at> wrote:
> On 12/05/15 06:49, Martin Galvan wrote:
>> Certainly! This filesystem has been so far implemented in Linux, so
>> I'd assume it's GPLv2.
> Would it be worth contacting the developer/maintainer and ask about a dual
> license or something we can use?

We are in contact with him ( at, we can ask
however, Martin, how much Linux code you plan to actually re-use?
Anyway, I will ask about this in a separate mail.

>> If this isn't compatible with the RTEMS
>> license, perhaps we could distribute it separately through the Source
>> Builder.
> The configurations in the master repo for the RSB need to follow the same
> rules as RTEMS in regards to licenses. It becomes too difficult to place the
> responsibility on to our users.
> The RSB should support out of tree configurations if set up correctly. This
> means you could maintain and release a configuration file the RSB can use to
> build a GPL package.
> Chris
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