On Wed, 2008-05-07 at 10:07 +0200, Robert Schuster wrote:
It is known that Debian is aware of the problem since 2003 but has
come up with a solution.
We're aware of this issue, and it is currently under investigation
Is this problem solved in Fedora?
Not at this time. We've not allowed any new code into Fedora under the
GLX or Free B licenses, but that is a stopgap, not a solution.
If not it might be good if we can get in contact with the copyright
holder of those files and ask for a relicensing.
The copyright holder of those files is not interested in relicensing.