[TUHS] default license, old CSRG RCS history? and BSD share/mk/*mk files?
wes.parish at paradise.net.nz
Tue Sep 1 11:59:04 AEST 2009
I've got a similar question relating to University Ingres: is it under the old
BSD license? It doesn't have many copyright notices. (FWIW, I emailed the
University of California Regents some time ago, asking them to clarify the
issue, but have heard nought back since.)
Quoting "Jeremy C. Reed" <reed at reedmedia.net>:
> For 4.4BSD files, if no copyright and license is listed for specific
> files, does the standard UCB license apply? Is there any file or
> that says the license covers all files which don't have a specific
> in 4.4BSD-Lite ?
> Any RCS commit history for old CSRG code?
> I am looking for the authors/history/copyrights for BSD
> I see that 4.4BSD-Alpha has:
> r--r--r-- 3/7 792 Aug 26 05:00 1992 usr/share/mk/bsd.doc.mk
> r--r--r-- 3/7 3761 Aug 26 05:00 1992 usr/share/mk/bsd.lib.mk
> r--r--r-- 3/7 1574 Aug 26 05:00 1992 usr/share/mk/bsd.man.mk
> r--r--r-- 3/7 4140 Aug 26 05:00 1992 usr/share/mk/bsd.prog.mk
> r--r--r-- 3/7 1244 Aug 26 05:00 1992 usr/share/mk/bsd.subdir.mk
> r--r--r-- 3/7 1387 Aug 26 05:00 1992 usr/share/mk/sys.mk
> but missing the bsd.README
> I couldn't find these in the other old 4 and 3BSDs (via the tuhs
> The share/mk/bsd.README from NetBSD import in 1993 has:
> # @(#)bsd.README 5.1 (Berkeley) 5/11/90
> And sys.mk has:
> # @(#)sys.mk 5.11 (Berkeley) 3/13/91
> And bsd.doc.mk:
> # @(#)bsd.doc.mk 5.3 (Berkeley) 1/2/91
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