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Re: [AKennedy@bursteinlabs.com: GeForce2 divers for XFree86 4.x/Debian]

>> Branden Robinson <branden@deadbeast.net> writes:

 > Someone with an appropriate NVidia card want to do this?
 > I think he's probably talking about NVidia's non-free driver(s).


 | 2.1 Rights and Limitations of Grant. NVIDIA hereby grants Customer
 | the following non-exclusive, non-transferable right to use the
 | SOFTWARE, with the following limitations: 
 | 2.1.1 Rights. Customer may install and use one copy of the SOFTWARE
 | on a single computer, and except for making one back-up copy of the
 | Software, may not otherwise copy the SOFTWARE. This LICENSE of
 | SOFTWARE may not be shared or used concurrently on different
 | computers.

 the one for the kernel driver isn't prettier:

 | NOTICE TO USER:   The source code  is copyrighted under  U.S.  and
 | international laws.   NVIDIA, Corp. of Sunnyvale, California owns the
 | copyright  and as design patents  pending  on the design and
 | interface of the NV chips.   Users and possessors of this source code
 | are hereby granted  a nonexclusive,  royalty-free copyright and
 | design  patent license  to use this code  in individual and
 | commercial software.  
 | Any use of this source code must include,  in the user documenta-
 | tion and  internal comments to the code,  notices to the end user as
 | follows: 
 | Copyright (c) 1993-2000  NVIDIA, Corp.    NVIDIA  design patents
 | pending in the U.S. and foreign countries.  

 If someone wants to make and distribute .deb's, he must get permission
 from NVIDIA first.


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