DRAFT of license for ancient UNIX sources
wkt at henry.cs.adfa.oz.au
Wed Feb 25 13:05:43 AEST 1998
In article by Chris Drake:
> Not being a lawyer, it looks confusing but reasonable...
> A couple of questions, though:
> - it looks to me like the $100 fee is a one-shot that covers more
> than one CPU, as long as you specify them all at the outset. Or
> is this supposed to be a per-CPU fee?
> - this also appears to be a fee for any or all of the versions of
> the OS specified. Or is this supposed to be a per-version fee?
> - Chris Drake
I'm told by Dion that you nominate the CPUs on which the software will
be run. I have no idea how to nominate an emunated CPU. The one-off
fee covers ALL nominated versions AND all successor versions
(e.g the right to use PWB, AUSAM, 2BSD, System III etc.)
The licensee also specifies which are the authorised countries.
I hope/assume that I can specify my list of authorised countries as:
All countries except Afghanistan, the People's Republic of China
or any Group Q, S, W, Y or Z country specified in Supplement No. 1
to Section 370 of the Export Administration Regulations issued by
the U.S. Department of Commerce.
Hope this helps,
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