Dear Sir / Madam:
I just went to the FreeBSD website (www.freebsd.org), and went to the "The FreeBSD
Copyright and Legal Information" section. I see that two of the possible links are to
the GNU General Public License and the GNU Library Public License ("GPLs"). Yet,
there is no reference to the GPLs in any of the other links (e.g., "The FreeBSD
Copyright" pages, the "FreeBSD Ports redistribution restrictions" pages, etc.). In
sum, there is nothing that says why the GPL's are included as links or how they are
applicable to the FreeBSD software at all.
Please advise why these are provided at the FreeBSD website and when, if ever, they
would apply to any use of the FreeBSD software.
David J. Hatteberg
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