Re: Linux kernel complete licence check, Q.15
Giacomo Catenazzi <email@example.com> writes:
> This last sentence cause me some trouble. It seems so me that
> caldera provide us some code at no charge (to use), but no
> right to modify/distribute. Anyway, the top we read:
> "All the material in this file is subject to the Gnu license version 2."
> Should I take it as GPLv2?
I think so. The "no charge" is really connected to the warranty
statement, and is designed to prevent people from wanting the kinds of
warranties that (in some jurisdictions) must be attached to anything
which is offered for sale.