From: John P. Looney (jplooney-ilug at domain online.ie)
Date: Wed 17 May 2000 - 15:09:59 IST
On Wed, May 17, 2000 at 03:01:47PM +0100, Fergal Daly mentioned:
> At 14:49 17/05/00, John P. Looney wrote:
> > If you recieve anything that's derived from LGPL code, you have the legal
> >right to demand the person that has given you the modified code to give
> >you a copy of the original LGPL'd work; that's all.
> > If it's strong-GPL'd, then they have to provide you with the complete
> >source code.
> What if you come in one morning and there's a shotcut on your desktop to
> the program but it's on a shared drive or it's executable but not readable
> or both? And if I'm an IT manager do I have to make sure there's a shortcut
> to the GPL or info about where they can get the source on everyone's
> desktop too?
Yes. If you give them the executable, they should be provided with
source, and the license, if they ask for it.
-- "The fool must be beaten with a stick, for an intelligent person the merest hint is sufficient" -- Zen Master Greg
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