Re: Bug#16409: acknowledged by developer (libdb2 is not DFSG-free.)
On Thu, Jan 29, 1998 at 06:05:26PM +0200, email@example.com wrote:
> this has been already discussed on debian-devel, and Bruce said that it
> was DFSG compliant.
> Anyway, I'm quite sure that it doesn't break DFSG#6. Can you please read
> the copyright file and quote the part which does break #6 ?
The text which was suspect to me was
:and DB may be freely redistributed and used under most non-commercial
in the copyright file.
> You'll find it in the libdb2 package or in
That text does not appear in the license itself as found on the website.
As such, I suspect it is a comment or explanation (a confusing one though).
I'm closing the bug.
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