Regarding case number 10724899 [ ref:_00D00hhzl._5004V11emZL:ref ]

David Christensen dpchrist at
Tue Sep 29 19:40:31 UTC 2020

On 2020-09-28 09:26, discsupport at wrote:
> Hello David Christensen,
> Welcome to Seagate Support, my name is Jairo and I'm glad to assist you today about SeaTools and its source code licenced under GPL. We will work together to find a solution.
> SeaTools Booteable uses free libraries from the Opensea project <>, that can be found in GitHub <>.
> SeaTools is also a mix of proprietary source code and open source code, as TinyCore. The core of SeaTools is SeaChest <> and the full code can be found in GitHub <> also.
> Our only available file to record SeaTools Cooteable in a USB is the .zip file available in the SeaTools support page <>.
> We await for your reply with either this support was useful or more assistance is required.
> Regards,
> Jairo
> Seagate Support
> ref:_00D00hhzl._5004V11emZL:ref

I have asked three times that you make a binary image of Seagate 
SeaTools Bootable available, and have received delay, diversionary, and 
denial tactics in response.  I will ask no more.

Free Software Foundation -- Please investigate and respond.

United States Department of Justice -- Please investigate and respond.

Sincerely yours,

David Christensen
Tracy, California, USA
dpchrist at

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