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<h1>Linux Documentation Project Copying License</h1>
Last Revision: 16 September 1999
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<p>Please read the license carefully---it is somewhat like the GNU
General Public License, but there are several conditions in it that differ
from what you may be used to. If you have any questions, please email
the LDP coordinator, <a href="mailto:guylhem@metalab.unc.edu">Guylhem
<p><B>Note:</B> All Linux Documentation Project manuals are copyrighted by their
respective authors. THEY ARE NOT IN THE PUBLIC DOMAIN.
<p>The Linux Documentation Project manuals (guides) may be
reproduced and distributed in whole or in part, subject to the
following conditions:
<li> The copyright notice above and this permission notice must be preserved
complete on all complete or partial copies.
<li> Any translation or derivative work of Linux Installation and Getting
Started must be approved by the author in writing before distribution.
<li> If you distribute Linux Installation and Getting Started in part,
instructions for obtaining the complete version of this manual
must be included, and a means for obtaining a complete version
<li> Small portions may be reproduced as illustrations for reviews
or quotes in other works without this permission notice if proper
citation is given.
<li> The GNU General Public License referenced below may be reproduced under
the conditions given within it.
Exceptions to these rules may be granted for academic purposes: write
to the author and ask. These restrictions are here to protect us as
authors, not to restrict you as educators and learners. All source
code in Linux Installation and Getting Started is placed under the
GNU General Public License, available via anonymous FTP
from <a href="ftp://prep.ai.mit.edu:/pub/gnu/COPYING">the GNU archive
Please read the <b><A HREF="LDP-Manifesto.html">LDP Manifesto</A></b> for
further information. If you are authoring a work, the Manifesto provides
a <A HREF="LDP-Manifesto.html#sampcr">sample copyright</A> (derived from
the previous area) to utilize, if you so desire. There is also a section
devoted to <A HREF="LDP-Manifesto.html#pub">Publishing LDP Manuals</a>.
If you're a publishing company interested in distributing any of the
LDP manuals, please read that particular section.
If you have any questions, please email
the LDP coordinator, <a href="mailto:guylhem@metalab.unc.edu">Guylhem Aznar</a>.