On Wed, 7 May 1997, Andreas Jellinghaus wrote:
> On May 7, Guy Maor wrote
> > Andreas Jellinghaus <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> > > * * the distribution, or any derivative thereof, may not be
> > > * included as part of a commercial product
> > Not ok.
> > > * * there is no charge for the software itself (there may be
> > > * a minimal charge for the copying or distribution
> > > * effort)
> > Not ok.
> > It must go into non-free.
> this is part of the isdnutils :-(((
> lets see, maybe i can compile only the parts that do not use this .c
> file. so, if i don't use this file - may the program get into normal
> distribution or is it independent from use (anyway it would be in the
> .orig.tar.gz) ?
Since "distribution" also applies to the source package the .c file may
not go into "main" either! This means you can't upload the .orig.tar.gz
into "main"! :-(
I would suggest you remove this file from the .orig.tar.gz and place a
README.debian in there that explains what you did and why.
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