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Re: Triple licenses?

The LGPL has an explicit provision for usig an LGPLlibrary ujnder the
GPL, so no just license it GPL.


On 1/8/06, Cameron Dale <camrdale@gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm currently creating a new package for Debian, and I've come up
> against some licensing issues. The upstream source says it is licensed
> under the GPL. However, in one of the directories there is a license
> file indicating that the upstream author has used the source from
> here: http://adodb.sourceforge.net/. The license for adodb says it is
> dual-licensed using BSD and the LGPL (see attached file). Does this
> mean I need to triple license this? What should I put in the Debian
> copyright file?
> Thanks for taking the time,
> Cameron Dale

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