Intel Microcode License [Resolved]
On last October, I e-mailed you a problem with the Intel microcode
The problem was: the microcode (with the old license) could not be
on some debian mirrors (mirrors with OS that don't supports Intel
I wrote to Intel, and now with the new microcode I received a new
/ Copyright Intel Corporation, 1995, 96, 97, 98, 99, 2000.
/ These microcode updates are distributed for the sole purpose of
/ installation in the BIOS or Operating System of computer systems
/ which include a Genuine Intel microprocessor sold or distributed
/ to or by you. You are not authorized to use this material for
/ any other purpose.
Now can I put microcode in debian/non-free?
-------- Original Message --------
Subject: Microcode Release.
Date: Tue, 16 Jan 2001 08:54:28 -0800
Enclosed is the new release of microcode for the IA-32 processors. This
data file should replace the previous version.
Things to note:
1. We have re-worded the copyright notice to a form that we
believe will address Giacomo's concerns.
2. This file contains microcode for the Pentium4 processors as
well as for the Pentium!!! .