On Thu, 25 Oct 2007 15:38:22 +0200 Ralf Ertzinger <fedora camperquake de> wrote: > Then there is the third group of binaries for non host native binaries > (for example, arcade ROM files) which do not execute on the main CPU, > since they were written for a completely different hardware (again, > for example, Motorola 68xxx CPUs). Apart from copyright concerns, > would this be permissible? The binary would not run on the main CPU, > but on a virtual one, which is provided by an emulator (which, in > turn, does run on the main CPU). That's cheating IMHO. That's like saying a .jar file doesn't execute on the system CPU because the JVM executes it. -- Jesse Keating Fedora -- All my bits are free, are yours?
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