Violations of the GNU Licenses - Ingrasys Technology Inc.
nastorage gpl violation
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Thu Aug 21 09:06:07 CEST 2008
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If you think you see a violation of the GNU GPL, LGPL, AGPL, or FDL,
the first thing you should do is double-check the facts:
* Does the distribution contain a copy of the License? _No_
* Does it clearly state which software is covered by the License? _No_
Does it say anything misleading, perhaps giving the impression
that something is covered by the License when in fact it is not?
* Is source code included in the distribution? _No_
* Is a written offer for source code included with a distribution
of just binaries? _just binaries_
* Is the available source code complete, or is it designed for
linking in other non-free modules?
If there seems to be a real violation, the next thing you need to do
is record the details carefully:
* the precise name of the product
NAStorage series firmware
* the name of the person or organization distributing it
Ingrasys Technology Inc.
* email addresses, postal addresses and phone numbers for how to
contact the distributor(s)
Email for technical support: support at ingrasys.com
Email for sales & info: sales at Ingrasys.com
Address : 21F , No.207, Fu Hsing RD. Tao-Yuan 33066, Taiwan , R.O.C.
* the exact name of the package whose license is violated
Linux Kernel, kernel modules, and others inside the firmware.
* how the license was violated:
o Is the copyright notice of the copyright holder included? _No_
o Is the source code completely missing? _Yes_
o Does the written offer for source, if given, only give a
website and/or FTP site where to download the source?
o Is there a copy of the license included in the distribution? _No_
o Is some of the source available, but not all? If so, what
parts are missing?
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