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Is this good enough for non-free?

	Hi. I suck at legalese, even with my native language
	and local laws. This is not free in any case, but can
	it be included in non-free? Please Cc: me, I'm not


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(3) If this computer software or parts thereof are modified or extended,
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unix, linux, debian, networks, security, | A file that big?
kernel, TCP/IP, C, perl, free software,  | It might be very useful.
mail, www, sw devel, unix admin, hacks.  | But now it is gone.

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