DeviceGuru writes: The first U.S. GPL-related lawsuit appears to be headed for a quick out-of-court settlement. Monsoon Multimedia admitted today that it had violated the GPLv2 (GNU General Public License version 2), and said it will release its modified BusyBox code in full compliance with the license. Monsoon Multimedia has stated that it is currently in settlement negotiations with the BusyBox project to resolve the matter without going to court. The product at the heart of the lawsuit, filed by SFLC, is the Hava, a place- and time-shifting TV recorder that is based on Linux and includes BusyBox in its embedded software stack.
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