Re: Questions concerning S/390 OCO-modules
On Thu, Aug 16, 2001 at 10:08:02PM +0200, Jochen R?hrig wrote:
> I assume you are referring to this part of the license agreement:
> "You will ensure that anyone who uses the Program does so only in
> compliance with the terms of this Agreement."
> If we force the user to read the license before installing the modules (as
> I suggested in a preinstall script, or in a script that is launched during
> bootstrap time, in case (s)he needs one of the modules during
> installation) and force him to agree to the license (by not installing
> the modules or not bootstrapping Debian if he answers "no"), wouldn't
> this mean that from this time on he would be the "You" who has to ensure
> that he will use the modules in compliance with the license and that
> Debian couldn't be made responsible any longer for any violations of the
Yes. However, this would not remove anyone from the "you" set.
Removing people from the "you" set would depend on the local laws,
and thus would vary from place to place.