norgaard at locolomo.org
Thu Feb 3 12:16:58 PST 2005
Diener, Michael wrote:
> If someone is using FreeBSD and 4.4BSD, are the FreeBSD Copyright
> and 4.4BSD Copyright the only agreements that apply?
> The legal page has links to GNU licenses, so it is not clear if
> those licenses also have some applicability, or in what cases they
> might apply.
1st, don't sue me if I'm wrong :-) There are some gnu tools distributed
with the base system - or at lease with the base source - that are under
GPL. Nothing vital (system will run) as far as I can see, but anoying
without: grep, cvs, patch, diff, gzip, cc... I think they can be omitted
if you choose to, maybe see make.conf for options.
I could imagine that cvs be replaced by opencvs, the openbsd team
started developing that.
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