"Andronix" app reselling paid version of Debian, potentially violating GPL and Debian trademarks?
Dear Debian legal,
I came across the "Andronix" android app  which allows users to
install desktop linux distributions on Android devices. The company
provides untouched copies of the distros (such as Ubuntu and Debian) for free with source included.
However, they also sell so-called "Modded OSes" which are better
optimized for Android devices for a fee ranging from $0.99 to $1.99.
They do not provide the source code for the "Modded OSes" to everyone
who purchases them. Furthermore, they retain the distributions' original
names and logos, and I believe this is also a violation of their
I asked around in
the Andronix user's discord and indeed it seems they're essentially
redistributing Debian/Ubuntu/Manjaro under the respective distro's own
branding and not providing the source code for patches which may or may
not include GPL software.
I am not a legal expert, but is this violating the GPL or trademark?