fujitsu siemens no sound driver in sndstat
Alexander at Leidinger.net
Wed Dec 21 03:51:12 PST 2005
Dmitry Pryanishnikov <dmitry at atlantis.dp.ua> wrote:
> for that engine, our haven't yet. Also, I don't like Intel's police
> to license all HDA implementations, read
> Implementation of the High Definition Audio Specification requires a
> license from Intel. Contributors to the High Definition Audio
> Specification have signed the High Definition Audio (Azalia)
> Developers Agreement and have provided input to the specification
> under the terms outlined in that agreement. Implementers that have
> signed the High Definition Audio Specification (Azalia) Adopter
> Agreement are licensed to produce products based on the specification
> under a reciprocal, royalty-free license to certain intellectual
> property rights from Intel and other Contributors and Adopters for
> their products that are compliant with the licensed versions of the
> High Definition Audio Specification.
> It sounds somehow restrictive, doesn't it? But NetBSD people have done it,
> so I think FreeBSD people should be able to do it also.
I haven't reread it today, but at the time I read this for the first time I
did understand it as someone needs a license if he implements a device which
provides this interface, it's not about software which uses this interface.
But I'm not a lawyer...
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