392 votesGathering Feedback · 21 comments · DisplayLink Feature Suggestions · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →anonymous commented
As a long-time software developer for high-performance computation,
I agree with the other posters about the desirability of making your support
code fit in with the rest of the Linux world. A .deb file would achieve this goal
for very little effort on your part.
I also heard that your software violates/violated the GPL in some way,
and that you still have blobs of secret code in the compression area.
These problems may have been resolved by now, but if not, I recommend that
you do resolve them, to be a better member of the community.