Quoting <20000315143023.B45505 at enigma.redbrick.dcu.ie>
by Colin Whittaker <grimnar at redbrick.dcu.ie>:
> So if I buy a boxset of some distro in a bookstore, the bookstore is
> responsible for explaining my rights under the gpl to me?
Surely the same standard in use for commercial licences should apply -
it should be in the documentation, with the option to return the item
for a full refund if you don't agree with the licence.
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