Re: Distributing GPL software.
But couldn't B say he accepts the license for some copies, but not for others?
For the copies that A gave him, he can reject the license and distribute
them by copyright law (first sale). For anything that he wants to copy or
modify himself, he has to accept the GPL, but he can accept the GPL for just
those particular items.
I am not a lawer but I don't think it is possible. In particular read
section 4 of the GPL. It seems that either you agree to the GPL and you
are bound to it. Either you do not agree and the GPL do not apply to you
anymore. I don't think you can agree to the GPL just for a limited
copies of the software.