Cisco Cisco IPICS Release 2.1 Licensing Information

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             Open Source Used In  Cisco Instant Connect 4.10(1)                                                                                                                                   
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Open Source Used In  Cisco Instant
Connect 4.10(1)
 
 
 
 
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Summary of Contents of licensing information for Cisco Cisco IPICS Release 2.1

  • Page 1 Open Source Used In Cisco Instant Connect 4.10(1) Cisco Systems, Inc. www.cisco.com Cisco has more than 200 offices worldwide....
  • Page 2 This document contains licenses and notices for open source software used in this product. With respect to the free/open...
  • Page 3 4.2 acl 2.2.39 :6.el5 4.2.1 Available under license 4.3 acpid 1.0.4 :9.el5_4.2 4.3.1 Available under license 4.4 adjtimex 1.20...
  • Page 4 4.20.1 Available under license 4.21 at 3.1.8 :84.el5 4.21.1 Available under license 4.22 at-spi 1.7.11 :3.el5 4.22.1 Available under...
  • Page 5 4.39.1 Available under license 4.40 busybox 1.2.0 :14.el5 4.40.1 Available under license 4.41 byacc 1.9 :29.2.2 4.41.1 Available under...
  • Page 6 4.59 compat-gcc-32 3.2.3 :61 4.59.1 Available under license 4.60 comps-extras 11.1 :1.1 4.60.1 Available under license 4.61 conman 0.1.9.2...
  • Page 7 4.78 dbus-python 0.70 :9.el5_4 4.78.1 Available under license 4.79 dbus-python - binaries 0.70 :9.el5_4 4.79.1 Available under license 4.80...
  • Page 8 4.97.1 Available under license 4.98 ed 0.2 :39.el5_2 4.98.1 Available under license 4.99 eel2 2.16.1 :1.el5 4.99.1 Available under...
  • Page 9 4.117 fontconfig 2.4.1 :7.el5 4.117.1 Available under license 4.118 foomatic 3.0.2 :38.3.el5_7.1 4.118.1 Available under license 4.119 freeglut 2.4.0...
  • Page 10 4.136.1 Available under license 4.137 ghostscript 8.70 :15.el5_9.3 4.137.1 Available under license 4.138 gjdoc 0.7.7 :12.el5 4.138.1 Available under...
  • Page 11 4.156 gnome-mount 0.5 :3.el5 4.156.1 Available under license 4.157 gnome-netstatus 2.12.0 :5.el5 4.157.1 Available under license 4.158 gnome-panel 2.16.1...
  • Page 12 4.175.1 Available under license 4.176 gnutls 1.4.1 :16.el5_10 4.176.1 Available under license 4.177 gok 1.2.0 :2.el5 4.177.1 Available under...
  • Page 13 4.195 hesiod 3.1.0 :8 4.195.1 Available under license 4.196 hicolor-icon-theme 0.9 :2.1 4.196.1 Available under license 4.197 hmaccalc 0.9.6...
  • Page 14 4.214 jpackage-utils 1.7.3 :1jpp.2.el5 4.214.1 Available under license 4.215 Jquery 1.10.1 4.215.1 Available under license 4.216 jquery.cookie 1.3.1 4.216.1...
  • Page 15 4.233.1 Available under license 4.234 libbonobo 2.16.0 :1.fc6 4.234.1 Available under license 4.235 libbonoboui 2.16.0 :1.fc6 4.235.1 Available under...
  • Page 16 4.253 libgnomeprint22 2.12.1 :10.el5 4.253.1 Available under license 4.254 libgnomeprintui22 2.12.1 :6 4.254.1 Available under license 4.255 libgnomeui 2.16.0...
  • Page 17 4.272.1 Available under license 4.273 libsemanage 1.9.1 :4.4.el5 4.273.1 Available under license 4.274 libsepol 1.15.2 :3.el5 4.274.1 Available under...
  • Page 18 4.292 libXfixes 4.0.1 :2.1 4.292.1 Available under license 4.293 libXfont 1.2.2 :Sep 12 2006 Adam Jackson 4.293.1 Available under...
  • Page 19 4.311.1 Available under license 4.312 libXxf86dga 1.0.1 :3.1 4.312.1 Available under license 4.313 libXxf86misc 1.0.1 :3.1 4.313.1 Available under...
  • Page 20 4.330.1 Available under license 4.331 MAKEDEV 3.23 :1.2 4.331.1 Available under license 4.332 man 1.6d :1.1 4.332.1 Available under...
  • Page 21 4.350 mtools 3.9.10 :2.fc6 4.350.1 Available under license 4.351 mtr 0.71 :3.1 4.351.1 Available under license 4.352 mtx 1.2.18...
  • Page 22 4.369.1 Available under license 4.370 ntp_ntpstat_0.2 4.2.2p1 :18.el5_11 4.370.1 Available under license 4.371 numactl 0.9.8 :11.el5 4.371.1 Available under...
  • Page 23 4.388.1 Available under license 4.389 parted 1.8.1 :27.el5 4.389.1 Available under license 4.390 passwd 0.73 :1 4.390.1 Available under...
  • Page 24 4.407.1 Available under license 4.408 poppler 0.5.4 :19.el5_9.2 4.408.1 Available under license 4.409 portmap 4.0 :65.2.2.1 4.409.1 Available under...
  • Page 25 4.426.1 Available under license 4.427 python-iniparse 0.2.3 :4.el5 4.427.1 Available under license 4.428 python-ldap 2.2.0 :2.1 4.428.1 Available under...
  • Page 26 4.446 rhnsd 4.7.0 :14.el5 4.446.1 Available under license 4.447 rhpl 0.194.1 :1 4.447.1 Available under license 4.448 rhpxl 0.41.1...
  • Page 27 4.465.1 Available under license 4.466 sgpio 1.2.0_10 :2.el5 4.466.1 Available under license 4.467 shadow-utils 4.0.17 :15.el5 4.467.1 Available under...
  • Page 28 4.485 syslinux 3.11 :4 4.485.1 Available under license 4.486 sysstat 7.0.2 :12.el5 4.486.1 Available under license 4.487 system-config-date 1.8.12...
  • Page 29 4.504.1 Available under license 4.505 tcsh 6.14 :17.el5 4.505.1 Available under license 4.506 termcap 5.5 :1.20060701.1 4.506.1 Available under...
  • Page 30 4.524 vconfig 1.9 :3 4.524.1 Available under license 4.525 vim 7.0.109 :6.el5 4.525.1 Available under license 4.526 vino 2.13.5...
  • Page 31 4.543 xorg-x11-drv-joystick 1.1.0 :1.1 4.543.1 Available under license 4.544 xorg-x11-drv-magellan 1.1.0 :1.1 4.544.1 Available under license 4.545 xorg-x11-drv-penmount 1.1.0...
  • Page 32 4.562.1 Available under license 4.563 zsh 4.2.6 :3.el5 4.563.1 Available under license Cisco ISSI Gateway 4.10 Bubblicious 5.1 acl...
  • Page 33 5.18 audit 1.7.17 :3.el5 5.18.1 Available under license 5.19 audit_libaudit 1.7.17 :3.el5 5.19.1 Available under license 5.20 authconfig 5.3.21...
  • Page 34 5.37.1 Available under license 5.38 cdrtools 2.01 :10.7.el5 5.38.1 Available under license 5.39 checkpolicy 1.33.1 :6.el5 5.39.1 Available under...
  • Page 35 5.56.2 Available under license 5.57 db4 4.3.29 :10.el5 5.57.1 Available under license 5.58 dbus 1.1.2 :21.el5 5.58.1 Available under...
  • Page 36 5.76 e2fsprogs_lib_et (libcomerr) 1.39 :23.el5 5.76.1 Available under license 5.77 ed 0.2 :39.el5_2 5.77.1 Available under license 5.78 eel2...
  • Page 37 5.95.1 Available under license 5.96 freeglut 2.4.0 :7.1.el5 5.96.1 Available under license 5.97 freetype 2.2.1 :32.el5_9.1 5.97.1 Available under...
  • Page 38 5.115 gnome-doc-utils 0.8.0 :2.fc6 5.115.1 Available under license 5.116 gnome-doc-utils_XSLT 0.8.0 :2.fc6 5.116.1 Available under license 5.117 gnome-icon-theme 2.16.0.1...
  • Page 39 5.134.1 Available under license 5.135 gnome-session 2.16.0 :7.el5 5.135.1 Available under license 5.136 gnome-speech 0.4.5 :1.fc6 5.136.1 Available under...
  • Page 40 5.154 gstreamer-plugins-base 0.10.20 :3.0.1.el5_3 5.154.1 Available under license 5.155 gstreamer-plugins-good 0.10.9 :1.el5_3.2 5.155.1 Available under license 5.156 gthumb 2.7.8...
  • Page 41 5.173.1 Available under license 5.174 iptraf 3.0.0 :5.el5 5.174.1 Available under license 5.175 iptstate 1.4 :2.el5 5.175.1 Available under...
  • Page 42 5.193 libbonoboui 2.16.0 :1.fc6 5.193.1 Available under license 5.194 libcap 1.10 :26 5.194.1 Available under license 5.195 libcroco 0.6.1...
  • Page 43 5.212.1 Available under license 5.213 libgnomeui 2.16.0 :5.el5 5.213.1 Available under license 5.214 libgpg-error 1.4 :2 5.214.1 Available under...
  • Page 44 5.232 libSM 1.0.1 :3.1 5.232.1 Available under license 5.233 libsoup 2.2.98 :2.el5_3.1 5.233.1 Available under license 5.234 libtermcap 2.0.8...
  • Page 45 5.251.1 Available under license 5.252 libXmu 1.0.2 :5 5.252.1 Available under license 5.253 libXpm 3.5.5 :3 5.253.1 Available under...
  • Page 46 5.271 man 1.6d :1.1 5.271.1 Available under license 5.272 mcstrans 0.2.11 :3.el5 5.272.1 Available under license 5.273 metacity 2.16.0...
  • Page 47 5.290.1 Available under license 5.291 ORBit2 2.14.3 :5.el5 5.291.1 Available under license 5.292 orca 1.0.0 :5.el5 5.292.1 Available under...
  • Page 48 5.310 python-dmidecode 3.10.8 :4.el5 5.310.1 Available under license 5.311 python-iniparse 0.2.3 :4.el5 5.311.1 Available under license 5.312 python-sqlite 1.1.7...
  • Page 49 5.329.1 Available under license 5.330 speex 1.0.5 :4.el5_1.1 5.330.1 Available under license 5.331 stunnel 4.15 :2.el5.1 5.331.1 Available under...
  • Page 50 5.349 which 2.16 :7 5.349.1 Available under license 5.350 xdelta 1.1.3 :20 5.350.1 Available under license 5.351 xorg-x11-drivers 7.1...
  • Page 51 6.4.1 Available under license 6.5 Leaflet.js 0.6.4 6.5.1 Available under license 6.6 RaphaelLayer 0.1.3 6.6.1 Available under license 6.7...
  • Page 52 7.15.1 Available under license 7.16 Apache Commons Logging 1.0.2 7.16.1 Notifications 7.16.2 Available under license 7.17 Apache Jakarta Commons...
  • Page 53 7.34 attr 2.4.32 :1.1 7.34.1 Available under license 7.35 audiofile 0.2.6 :5 7.35.1 Available under license 7.36 audit 1.7.17...
  • Page 54 7.52 binutils 2.17.50.0.6 :14.el5 7.52.1 Available under license 7.53 bison 2.3 :2.1 7.53.1 Available under license 7.54 bitmap-fonts 0.3...
  • Page 55 7.71 commons-beanutils 1.7 7.71.1 Available under license 7.72 commons-cli 1.0 7.72.1 Notifications 7.72.2 Available under license 7.73 commons-collections 3.1...
  • Page 56 7.90 cpio 2.6 :23.el5_4.1 7.90.1 Available under license 7.91 cpuspeed 1.2.1 :9.el5 7.91.1 Available under license 7.92 cracklib 2.8.9...
  • Page 57 7.108.1 Available under license 7.109 device-mapper - libs 1.02.39 :1.el5 7.109.1 Available under license 7.110 device-mapper-multipath 0.4.7 :34.el5 7.110.1...
  • Page 58 7.128 elfutils 0.137 :3.el5 7.128.1 Available under license 7.129 esound 0.2.36 :3 7.129.1 Available under license 7.130 ethtool 6...
  • Page 59 7.147.1 Available under license 7.148 freeglut 2.4.0 :7.1.el5 7.148.1 Available under license 7.149 freetype 2.2.1 :32.el5_9.1 7.149.1 Available under...
  • Page 60 7.167 gettext 0.14.6 :4.el5 7.167.1 Available under license 7.168 gettext_runtime 0.14.6 :4.el5 7.168.1 Available under license 7.169 ghostscript 8.70...
  • Page 61 7.186.1 Available under license 7.187 gnome-mount 0.5 :3.el5 7.187.1 Available under license 7.188 gnome-netstatus 2.12.0 :5.el5 7.188.1 Available under...
  • Page 62 7.206 gnupg 1.4.5 :18.el5_10.1 7.206.1 Available under license 7.207 gnutls 1.4.1 :16.el5_10 7.207.1 Available under license 7.208 gok 1.2.0...
  • Page 63 7.225.1 Available under license 7.226 hesiod 3.1.0 :8 7.226.1 Available under license 7.227 Hibernate 3.2.4.sp1 7.227.1 Available under license...
  • Page 64 7.244.1 Notifications 7.244.2 Available under license 7.245 jakarta-taglibs-standard 1.1.2 7.245.1 Available under license 7.246 jasper 6.0_32 7.246.1 Available under...
  • Page 65 7.263 jettison 1.0 7.263.1 Available under license 7.264 JiBX 1.1.5 7.264.1 Available under license 7.265 jpackage-utils 1.7.3 :1jpp.2.el5 7.265.1...
  • Page 66 7.282.1 Available under license 7.283 libaio 0.3.106 :5 7.283.1 Available under license 7.284 libao 0.8.6 :7 7.284.1 Available under...
  • Page 67 7.302 libglade2 2.6.0 :2 7.302.1 Available under license 7.303 libgnome 2.16.0 :6.el5 7.303.1 Available under license 7.304 libgnomecanvas 2.14.0...
  • Page 68 7.321.1 Available under license 7.322 liboil 0.3.8 :2.1 7.322.1 Available under license 7.323 libpng 1.2.10 :17.el5_8 7.323.1 Available under...
  • Page 69 7.341 libXdamage 1.0.3 :2.1 7.341.1 Available under license 7.342 libXdmcp 1.0.1 :2.1 7.342.1 Available under license 7.343 libXevie 1.0.1...
  • Page 70 7.360.1 Available under license 7.361 libXt 1.0.2 :3.2.el5 7.361.1 Available under license 7.362 libXTrap 1.0.0 :3.1 7.362.1 Available under...
  • Page 71 7.379 m2crypto 0.16 :6.el5.6 7.379.1 Available under license 7.380 m4 1.4.5 :3.el5.1 7.380.1 Available under license 7.381 mailcap 2.1.23...
  • Page 72 7.398.1 Available under license 7.399 mrtg 2.14.5 :2 7.399.1 Available under license 7.400 mtools 3.9.10 :2.fc6 7.400.1 Available under...
  • Page 73 7.418 ntp-ElectricFence 4.2.2p1 :18.el5_11 7.418.1 Available under license 7.419 ntp_ntpstat_0.2 4.2.2p1 :18.el5_11 7.419.1 Available under license 7.420 numactl 0.9.8...
  • Page 74 7.437 pango 1.14.9 :8.el5_7.3 7.437.1 Available under license 7.438 paps 0.6.6 :19.el5 7.438.1 Available under license 7.439 parted 1.8.1...
  • Page 75 7.456 pm-utils 0.99.3 :10.el5 7.456.1 Available under license 7.457 policycoreutils 1.33.12 :14.8.el5 7.457.1 Available under license 7.458 poppler 0.5.4...
  • Page 76 7.475 python-dmidecode 3.10.8 :4.el5 7.475.1 Available under license 7.476 python-elementtree 1.2.6 :5 7.476.1 Available under license 7.477 python-iniparse 0.2.3...
  • Page 77 7.494.1 Available under license 7.495 rhel-instnum 1.0.9 :1.el5 7.495.1 Available under license 7.496 rhgb 0.16.4 :8.el5 7.496.1 Available under...
  • Page 78 7.514 SDL 1.2.10 :8.el5 7.514.1 Available under license 7.515 sed 4.1.5 :5.fc6 7.515.1 Available under license 7.516 selinux-policy 2.4.6...
  • Page 79 7.533.1 Available under license 7.534 startup-notification 0.8 :4.1 7.534.1 Available under license 7.535 stax 1.0.1 7.535.1 Available under license...
  • Page 80 7.553 system-config-printer 0.7.32.10 :3.el5 7.553.1 Available under license 7.554 system-config-rootpassword 1.1.9.1 :1 7.554.1 Available under license 7.555 system-config-securitylevel 1.6.29.1...
  • Page 81 7.572.1 Available under license 7.573 tritonus 0.3.6 7.573.1 Available under license 7.574 Trove 2.1 7.574.1 Available under license 7.575...
  • Page 82 7.592 wget 1.11.4 :2.el5_4.1 7.592.1 Available under license 7.593 which 2.16 :7 7.593.1 Available under license 7.594 wireless-tools 28...
  • Page 83 7.611 xorg-x11-drv-magellan 1.1.0 :1.1 7.611.1 Available under license 7.612 xorg-x11-drv-penmount 1.1.0 :2.1 7.612.1 Available under license 7.613 xorg-x11-drv-voodoo 1.1.0...
  • Page 84 7.630.1 Available under license 7.631 zsh 4.2.6 :3.el5 7.631.1 Available under license Cisco PTT Reporter 4.10 Bubblicious 8.1 Acegi...
  • Page 85 8.17 ASM 1.5.3 8.17.1 Available under license 8.18 asm-attrs 1.5.3 8.18.1 Available under license 8.19 aspell 0.60.3 :7.1 8.19.1...
  • Page 86 8.36 bison 2.3 :2.1 8.36.1 Available under license 8.37 bitmap-fonts 0.3 :5.1.1 8.37.1 Available under license 8.38 bitstream-vera-fonts 1.10...
  • Page 87 8.55.1 Available under license 8.56 commons-lang 2.3 8.56.1 Available under license 8.57 commons-pool 1.3 8.57.1 Available under license 8.58...
  • Page 88 8.74.1 Available under license 8.75 dbus 1.1.2 :21.el5 8.75.1 Available under license 8.76 dbus-glib 0.73 :11.el5_9 8.76.1 Available under...
  • Page 89 8.94 dump 0.4b41 :4.el5 8.94.1 Available under license 8.95 dvd+rw-tools 7.0 :1.el5 8.95.1 Available under license 8.96 e2fsprogs 1.39...
  • Page 90 8.113.1 Available under license 8.114 firstboot 1.4.27.8 :1.el5 8.114.1 Available under license 8.115 flac 1.1.2 :28.el5_0.1 8.115.1 Available under...
  • Page 91 8.133 gdm 2.16.0 :2006-09-04 Brian Cameron 8.133.1 Available under license 8.134 gdm_extensions 2.16.0 :2006-09-04 Brian Cameron 8.134.1 Available under...
  • Page 92 8.152.1 Available under license 8.153 gnome-menus 2.16.0 :2.fc6 8.153.1 Available under license 8.154 gnome-menus_libmenus 2.16.0 :2.fc6 8.154.1 Available under...
  • Page 93 8.172 gnome-vfs2 2.16.2 :12.el5_9 8.172.1 Available under license 8.173 gnome-volume-manager 2.15.0 :5.el5 8.173.1 Available under license 8.174 gnu-efi 3.0c...
  • Page 94 8.191.1 Available under license 8.192 gzip 1.3.5 :11.el5_4.1 8.192.1 Available under license 8.193 hal 0.5.8.1 :59.el5 8.193.1 Available under...
  • Page 95 8.210.1 Available under license 8.211 javassist 3.3.0.ga 8.211.1 Available under license 8.212 JBoss Archive Browsing Utilities 5.0.0.Alpha 8.212.1 Available...
  • Page 96 8.230 libaio 0.3.106 :5 8.230.1 Available under license 8.231 libao 0.8.6 :7 8.231.1 Available under license 8.232 libart_lgpl 2.3.17...
  • Page 97 8.249.1 Available under license 8.250 libgnome 2.16.0 :6.el5 8.250.1 Available under license 8.251 libgnomecanvas 2.14.0 :4.1 8.251.1 Available under...
  • Page 98 8.269 liboil 0.3.8 :2.1 8.269.1 Available under license 8.270 libpng 1.2.10 :17.el5_8 8.270.1 Available under license 8.271 libraw1394 1.3.0...
  • Page 99 8.288.1 Available under license 8.289 libXdmcp 1.0.1 :2.1 8.289.1 Available under license 8.290 libXevie 1.0.1 :3.1 8.290.1 Available under...
  • Page 100 8.308 libXt 1.0.2 :3.2.el5 8.308.1 Available under license 8.309 libXTrap 1.0.0 :3.1 8.309.1 Available under license 8.310 libXtst 1.0.1...
  • Page 101 8.327 m4 1.4.5 :3.el5.1 8.327.1 Available under license 8.328 mailcap 2.1.23 :1.fc6 8.328.1 Available under license 8.329 mailx 8.1.1...
  • Page 102 8.346.1 Available under license 8.347 module-init-tools 3.3 :0.pre3.1.60.el5 8.347.1 Available under license 8.348 mozldap 6.0.5 :1.el5 8.348.1 Available under...
  • Page 103 8.366 nss_db 2.2 :35.4.el5_5 8.366.1 Available under license 8.367 nss_ldap 253 :51.el5_9.1 8.367.1 Available under license 8.368 ntp 4.2.2p1...
  • Page 104 8.385 pam_pkcs11 0.5.3 :23 8.385.1 Available under license 8.386 pam_smb 1.1.7 :7.2.1 8.386.1 Available under license 8.387 pango 1.14.9...
  • Page 105 8.404 pkgconfig 0.21 :2.el5 8.404.1 Available under license 8.405 pkinit-nss 0.7.6 :1.el5 8.405.1 Available under license 8.406 pm-utils 0.99.3...
  • Page 106 8.423 pyorbit 2.14.1 :3.el5 8.423.1 Available under license 8.424 python 2.4.3 :56.el5 8.424.1 Available under license 8.425 python-dmidecode 3.10.8...
  • Page 107 8.442.1 Available under license 8.443 rhgb 0.16.4 :8.el5 8.443.1 Available under license 8.444 rhn-client-tools 0.4.20.1 :6.el5 8.444.1 Available under...
  • Page 108 8.462 setools 3.0 :3.el5 8.462.1 Available under license 8.463 setserial 2.17 :19.2.2 8.463.1 Available under license 8.464 setuptool 1.19.2...
  • Page 109 8.481.1 Available under license 8.482 sysfsutils 2.0.0 :6 8.482.1 Available under license 8.483 sysfsutils lib 2.0.0 :6 8.483.1 Available...
  • Page 110 8.501 tar 1.15.1 :30.el5 8.501.1 Available under license 8.502 tcl 8.4.13 :6.el5 8.502.1 Available under license 8.503 tcp_wrappers 7.6...
  • Page 111 8.520.1 Available under license 8.521 usermode 1.88 :3.el5.2 8.521.1 Available under license 8.522 util-linux 2.13 :0.59.el5_8 8.522.1 Available under...
  • Page 112 8.539.1 Available under license 8.540 xorg-x11-drv-evdev 1.0.0.5 :5.el5 8.540.1 Available under license 8.541 xorg-x11-drv-i740 1.1.0 :2.1 8.541.1 Available under...
  • Page 113 8.559 zip 2.31 :2.el5 8.559.1 Available under license 8.560 zisofs-tools 1.0.6 :3.2.2 8.560.1 Available under license 8.561 zlib 1.2.3...
  • Page 114 9.15.1 Available under license 9.16 audiofile 0.2.6 :5 9.16.1 Available under license 9.17 audit 1.7.17 :3.el5 9.17.1 Available under...
  • Page 115 9.35 cdparanoia alpha9.8 :27.2 9.35.1 Available under license 9.36 cdrdao 1.2.1 :2 9.36.1 Available under license 9.37 cdrtools 2.01...
  • Page 116 9.54.1 Available under license 9.55 cyrus-sasl 2.1.22 :5.el5_4.3 9.55.1 Notifications 9.55.2 Available under license 9.56 db4 4.3.29 :10.el5 9.56.1...
  • Page 117 9.73.1 Available under license 9.74 e2fsprogs 1.39 :23.el5 9.74.1 Available under license 9.75 e2fsprogs_lib_et (libcomerr) 1.39 :23.el5 9.75.1 Available...
  • Page 118 9.93 fontconfig 2.4.1 :7.el5 9.93.1 Available under license 9.94 foomatic 3.0.2 :38.3.el5_7.1 9.94.1 Available under license 9.95 freeglut 2.4.0...
  • Page 119 9.112.1 Available under license 9.113 gnome-desktop-libs 2.16.0 :1.fc6 9.113.1 Available under license 9.114 gnome-doc-utils 0.8.0 :2.fc6 9.114.1 Available under...
  • Page 120 9.132 gnome-python2-extras_LGPL 2.14.2 :7.el5 9.132.1 Available under license 9.133 gnome-screensaver 2.16.1 :8.el5 9.133.1 Available under license 9.134 gnome-session 2.16.0...
  • Page 121 9.151.1 Available under license 9.152 gstreamer 0.10.20 :3.el5 9.152.1 Available under license 9.153 gstreamer-plugins-base 0.10.20 :3.0.1.el5_3 9.153.1 Available under...
  • Page 122 9.171 iproute 2.6.18 :11.el5 9.171.1 Available under license 9.172 iptables 1.3.5 :5.3.el5_4.1 9.172.1 Available under license 9.173 iptraf 3.0.0...
  • Page 123 9.190.1 Available under license 9.191 libbonobo 2.16.0 :1.fc6 9.191.1 Available under license 9.192 libbonoboui 2.16.0 :1.fc6 9.192.1 Available under...
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  • Page 3253 when it starts in an interactive mode: Gnomovision version 69, Copyright (C) 19yy name of author Gnomovision comes with...
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  • Page 3309 they blur the distinction we usually make between modifying or adding to a program and simply using it. Linking...
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  • Page 33794.364 nspr 4.10.6 :1.el5_10 4.364.1 Available under license : Mozilla Public License Version 2.0 ================================== 1. Definitions -------------- 1.1. "Contributor"...
  • Page 3380 1.9. "Licensable" means having the right to grant, to the maximum extent possible, whether at the time of the...
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  • Page 33874.365 nss 3.16.2.3 :1.el5_11 4.365.1 Available under license : NSS is available under the Mozilla Public License, version 2, a...
  • Page 3388 1.3. "Contribution" means Covered Software of a particular Contributor. 1.4. "Covered Software" means Source Code Form to which the...
  • Page 3389 Contributor that would be infringed, but for the grant of the License, by the making, using, selling, offering for...
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  • Page 3443 24. [26]Frank Kardel [27]<kardel (at) ntp (dot) org> PARSE <GENERIC> driver (>14 reference clocks), STREAMS modules for PARSE, support...
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