Code License managed by tocacorp, submitted on 2014/02/08.
A "Normal" License, made by Tóca CompuGlobal just for Operating Systems...
Copyright (c) Tóca CompuGlobal Corporation Inc - All right reserved 2015
Everyone is permitted to copy and distribute copies of this license document, but changing it is not allowed.
This license is applied only to “Operating Systems”, which refers to a computer program that is capable of making the communication beetwen hardware and software, composed by several layers such as kernel, daemons, GUI (etc..)
Terms and Conditions:
a) Commercial Use - This software can be used for commercial purposes in derivative works. The “acquirer” (person acquiring or running the “Operating System”) can use the “Operating System” for any type of commercial / non-personal use therefor in Corporations, Institutions Hospitals (etc..)
b) Modify - This software can be modified. The “acquirer” can change/alter/modify the software and source code under the conditions present on this license. Modifying is defined as changing the source code to apply to the acquirer's needs;
c) Distribute - This software can be distributed. The “acquirer” can distribute the "Operating System" under the conditions present on this license in either modified or untouched (in it's original form).
a) Sublicense - The “acquirer” must retain the original copyright and license. If the acquirer changes the “Operating System” (modify) he cannot change the copyright or the license used;
b) Warranty - The “acquirer” cannot put a Warranty on the “Operating System”. If the “Operating System” is changed (modify) the “acquirer” cannot put on the "Operating System" a warranty;
c) Hold Liable- The Software is released without warranty and the software/license owner cannot be charged for damages;
a) State Changes- If the “acquirer” changes the “Operating System”, he must register the changes that has made from the original version in an accessible way distributed with the derivative version (i.e. written on the "source code" it self);
b) Include Non-Static Link- If the “acquirer” changes the “Operating System” he has to put in the “Operating System” a text “link” to the original version, in such a way that the "end user" can know who manufactured/codded the original system;
c) If the “acquirer” changes the “Operating System”, he has to publish the changed source code.
End of License
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