Linux being open-source doesn't mean any modification to it is easily reverse-engineerable. There is no such thing as "decompilation", only reverse-engineering, which is exactly what I referred to as "not totally impossible". However, if you hope someone to devote an enormous amount of effort just to "decompile" a kernel, you'd better off just sue the manufacturer for kernel source code (they are legally bound to do so by using the Linux kernel). It's far more plausible.
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