Re: Berkeley DB 6.0 license change to AGPLv3
On 2013-07-10 13:06:47 +0200, Stefano Zacchiroli wrote:
> If you modify the software you might get in trouble but, according to my
> personal ethics, that's the trouble you should have. However, please
> note that as long as you run the software only for yourself, you don't
> have any problem. You might encounter problems only in the case you've
> modified the software, you want *others* to use it over the net, and you
> don't provide the source code that include your modifications.
Not just over the net. You can be in trouble if another user has an
account on your computer. Or if you decide at some point to add such
an account, you need to remember whether you have installed modified
versions of AGPL software and whether they can be accessible by other
users of the machine.
Installations in a directory mounted over NFS can also be a problem.
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