This thread is closed until the OP @garvitdelhi complies with the GPL.
How to comply.....
Originally Posted by a.cid
Dear kernel and ROM developers.
According to GPL v2 license, under which kernels are released, kernels must be released with source code provided.
To be fully compliant, the thread must contain in the OP:
@ kernel devs
Successfully build and produce a valid output file, which is the same format as provided in the binary
Contain all source code, interface definition files, scripts used to control compilation and installation of the executable (it is not required to include the actual compiler/toolchain, but sufficient information should be made available to obtain the SAME configuration, including compiler flags, as used to build the binary version as released
@ ROM devs
If ROM uses custom boot.img, the source must be uploaded by you.
If it uses kernel by someone else, the kernel thread (and source link provided in main thread) must be linked in the OP.
If the ROM contains stock kernel, it must be mentioned. Source isn't required.
If you can not do any of the above, release your rom without a boot.img in the flashable zip.
Using a non GPL compliant kernel makes your ROM non compliant and subject to removal
Violation of GPL is in fact a breaking of the law, so I don't have to explain what could be a final of this.
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