So, earlier there was a release of Linux on the Supercard DSTWO. The author of the thread, and presumably the coder behind it, also posted a similar version for a similar card, the iSmartMM. Problem is, there was no source code provided for the Linux kernel included, any GNU utilities (which I presume are unmodified from the Dingux distribution), or the bootloader/host which runs the Linux kernel and displays its output/audio to the DS. Why it's such a problem, aside from the GPL license violation, is that we've had numerous reports of people bricking their SCDSTWO's by bugs either in an application, in the Dingux distribution, in the Kernel, or on the loader. These are "killer" bugs, which should be fixed as soon as possible by anyone that's able to do so. Unfortunately, tysong hasn't been seen since December 2012, over 60 days ago today, and beyond a reasonable statute of limitations for releasing the GPL source code (even though, GPL code should be released with the software binary, as soon as the software binary is released.) We need to get two things in order to be able to fix, and expand upon this awesome development opportunity: Source code for the bootloader/application/plugin launched from the DSTWO plugin menu The Linux Kernel source code, or the necessary patches and a reference to the existing source. I don't want to come off as some Free-Software lunatic raving about proprietary software being a sin while I sic the SFLC lawyers on whoever's responsible for not immediately releasing the source code. I just want to develop cool stuff using the SCDSTWO and Linux/Dingux as a base. And I'm sure the developers of us, want that too. And I'm sure the users want the same. So how about it?