On Thu, 2002-10-03 at 17:04, Andreas Metzler wrote: > |----------------------------- > | This software is under GPL with the following limitations: > | > | > | - You may not modify certain copyright messages in cdrecord.c > | > | See cdrecord.c for further information. hmmm? cdrecord.c is under the plain GPL; see the top of the file... > | > | > | - You may (with a few exceptions) not modify the location of the > | configuration file /etc/default/cdrecord. > | > | See defaults.c for further information. defaults.c is also under the plain GPL. There is a comment block about this: /* * WARNING you are only allowed to change this filename if you also * change the documentation and add a statement that makes clear * where the official location of the file is why you did choose a * nonstandard location and that the nonstandard location only refers * to inofficial cdrecord versions. * * I was forced to add this because some people change cdrecord without * rational reason and then publish the result. As those people * don't contribute work and don't give support, they are causing extra * work for me and this way slow down the cdrecord development. */ Considering the file is under the GPL, this doesn't make any sense whatsoever.
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