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Safety and notice
Read and understand all instructions before you use this player. If damage is caused by failure to follow the instructions,
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Your product is designed and manufactured with high quality materials and components, which can be
recycled and reused.
When this crossed-out wheeled bin symbol is attached to a product it means that the product is covered by the
European Directive 2002/96/EC.
Please inform yourself about the local separate collection system for electrical and electronic products.
Please act according to your local rules and do not dispose of your old products with your normal household
waste. Correct disposal of your old product helps to prevent potential negative consequences for the environment
and human health.
Your product contains batteries covered by the European Directive 2006/66/EC, which cannot be disposed with
normal household waste.Please inform yourself about the local rules on separate collection of batteries because
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My company was distributing BusyBox binary without the source.
We are contacted by users asking for the source, and we don’t have it.
Are we in trouble?
Not yet. But please stop doing that, and start distributing the source.
The above is what happens when people are acting in good faith. I note that the GPL imposes
upon you the obligation to provide source code when you distribute. Whether you’re using
3A, 3B, or 3C, they all start “Accompany it with”, meaning source goes with binary at time
of distribution. So if we get the binary from you and there’s no mention of source code, your
distribution of that binary didn’t comply with the terms of the license. At that point, you’re
already in breach of the license terms, and it’s now about fixing it. So if we have to approach
you after the fact to get this information, we have the option to be really nasty about it.
We’re not required to be nasty, and we prefer not to. An honest mistake that a company
is willing to fix is understandable, and as far as I know we’ve always started out with
“excuse me, could you fix this please” and not made a fuss. Most of the time, it doesn’t
go beyond that, we get back an email “oh, sorry, it’s version blah, and here’s the three line
patch we used to change a default value”, and we’re happy.
And some companies are disorganized but honest about it, and go “um, we lost track of
this information and the guy who did it left the company, can you give us some time to
dig it out of the archives?” And if they’re making an honest effort, we’re polite about that
too.
My company was distributing BusyBox binary without the source. We
are contacted by your lawyers. Are we in trouble?
Yes, but it is not too bad yet. Stop being disorganized and fix your licensing situation
before it gets really nasty. As I already mentioned, DON’T PANIC. Complying with
BusyBox’s license is easy. Get your act together, fight with internal inertia inside your
company and it will be okay. If you do not understand something, please send emails with
your questions to the BusyBox mailing lists, or privately to maintainers if you want to
keep it private. We will expand this document to cover them.
However, you really cannot afford to be careless about complying with the license anymore.
Some companies ignore the polite requests entirely, and go all deer in the headlights on
us, or maybe hope that if they ignore us long enough we’ll go away. Those are the ones
that the SFLC sends impolite requests to, asking for far more than the original request did
back when they were being nice.
For starters, if the SFLC has to actually sue someone to get their attention, they bill them
for expenses. (They have an office in New York City, you really don’t want to go there).
Also, they usually make the company appoint an “open source compliance officer” and
deliver quarterly reports. And make them try to contact the old customers they shipped
product to without source and let them know where the source is. All this is the lawyerly
equivalent of “raising your voice to be heard”. I’ve only seem them take the gloves off
once. They’ve only needed to once.
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The licenses for most software are designed to take away your freedom to share and
change it. By contrast, the GNU General Public Licenses are intended to guarantee your
freedom to share and change free software--to make sure the software is free for all its
users.
This license, the Lesser General Public License, applies to some specially designated
software packages--typically libraries--of the Free Software Foundation and other
authors who decide to use it. You can use it too, but we suggest you first think carefully
about whether this license or the ordinary General Public License is the better strategy
to use in any particular case, based on the explanations below.
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distribute copies of free software (and charge for this service if you wish); that you
receive source code or can get it if you want it; that you can change the software and use
pieces of it in new free programs; and that you are informed that you can do these things.
To protect your rights, we need to make restrictions that forbid distributors to deny you
these rights or to ask you to surrender these rights. These restrictions translate to certain
responsibilities for you if you distribute copies of the library or if you modify it.
For example, if you distribute copies of the library, whether gratis or for a fee, you must
give the recipients all the rights that we gave you. You must make sure that they, too,
receive or can get the source code. If you link other code with the library, you must
provide complete object files to the recipients, so that they can relink them with the
library after making changes to the library and recompiling it. And you must show them
these terms so they know their rights.
BusyBox is licensed under the GNU General Public License, version 2
A complete copy of the license text is included in the file LICENSE in the BusyBox source
code.
Anyone thinking of shipping BusyBox as part of a product should be familiar with the
licensing terms under which they are allowed to use and distribute BusyBox. Read the
full text of the GPL (either through the above link, or in the file LICENSE in the BusyBox
tarball), and also read the Frequently Asked Questions about the GPL.
If you distribute GPL-licensed software the license requires that you also distribute the
source code to that GPL-licensed software. If you distribute BusyBox without making the
source code to the version you distribute available, you violate the license terms, and
thus infringe on the copyrights of BusyBox. This requirement applies whether or not you
modified BusyBox; either way the license terms still apply to you.
License enforcement
BusyBox’s copyrights are enforced by the Software Freedom Law Center (you can contact
them at gpl@busybox.net), which “accepts primary responsibility for enforcement of US
copyrights on the software... and coordinates international copyright enforcement efforts
for such works as necessary.” If you distribute BusyBox in a way that doesn’t comply with
the terms of the license BusyBox is distributed under, expect to hear from these guys.
Their entire reason for existing is to do pro-bono legal work for free/open source software
projects. We used to list people who violate the BusyBox license in The Hall of Shame, but
these days we find it much more effective to hand them over to the lawyers.
Our enforcement efforts are aimed at bringing people into compliance with the BusyBox
license. Open source software is under a different license from proprietary software, but
if you violate that license you’re still a software pirate and the law gives the vendor (us)
some big sticks to play with. We don’t want monetary awards, injunctions, or to generate
bad PR for a company, unless that’s the only way to get somebody that repeatedly ignores
us to comply with the license on our code.
My company wants to include BusyBox into a product. What do we need
to do in order to comply with BusyBox’s license?
First: DON’T PANIC. Complying with BusyBox’s license is easy. Complying with
BusyBox’s license doesn’t cost any money. If, after reading the license and this document
something is not clear to you, please send emails with your questions to the BusyBox
mailing lists. We will expand this document to cover them.
If you are distributing the BusyBox binary, you also have to distribute the corresponding
source code. If you modified the source, you have to distribute the modified source.
Add yourself to the Products page
Another common failure mode is companies that redistribute some vendor board
support package they bought, and when we ask them they brush us off with “we got
it from a vendor, go bug our vendor, not our problem”. Dude, you’re copying and
distributing GPL code too. If the license is the only thing that gives you permission to
do that, then that license applies to you too. Really. If your vendor complied with the
license terms but you didn’t, you’re not off the hook. This is not a scavenger hunt, nor is
it the episode of M*A*S*H about getting tomato juice to Colonel Potter. We asked you,
and you have an obligation to provide this information. If you don’t even know what it
is when we ask, something is wrong. If you’d reprinted somebody else’s documentation
and stripped out BSD advertising clause notices, do you think you could then say “but
the original PDF we got from our vendor had the notice in it, so we’re ok, don’t bother
us”? Or would going “oops, here’s one with the right data” be your responsibility? Fixing
this is not our job. “We ask, you answer” is us being lenient, the license technically says
we shouldn’t have had to ask in the first place, you were supposed to provide this info
when you shipped. And even if we’re letting you delegate the implementation, you
can’t delegate the responsibility. Don’t make me look up how to spell “fiduciary”. (And
delegating it to nobody really isn’t a solution. Asking us to track down an ex-employee of a
defunct Taiwanese company where nobody spoke English just doesn’t go over well...)
B) identify the specific version of BusyBox it uses.
Sorry about that. Scars from the “hall of shame” days. We have lawyers now. They’re
very nice. Where was I?
If you are a developer and you want to use a small part of BusyBox source code in your
project, please check the header comments of the source file(s) you are taking code from.
Even though BusyBox code, as a whole, can only be used under GPL version 2, some
individual files may have more permissive licenses: “GPL version 2 or later” - meaning that you
can also reuse the code from this source file for a project which is distributed under GPLv3,
and “Public domain” - the code in these files have no licensing restrictions whatsoever.
A Good Example
These days, Linksys is doing a good job at complying with the GPL, they get to be an
example of how to do things right. Please take a moment and check out what they do
with distributing the firmware for their WRT54G Router. Following their example would
be a fine way to ensure that you have also fulfilled your licensing obligations.
We (BusyBox developers) would be happy to add the information about your product
which uses BusyBox to our Products page. In order to be added there, post a message
to the BusyBox mailing list when the product ships. While at it, the following information
would cover the GPL licensing questions about the product:
We call this license the “Lesser” General Public License because it does Less to protect
the user’s freedom than the ordinary General Public License. It also provides other
free software developers Less of an advantage over competing non-free programs.
These disadvantages are the reason we use the ordinary General Public License for
many libraries. However, the Lesser license provides advantages in certain special
circumstances.
For example, on rare occasions, there may be a special need to encourage the widest
possible use of a certain library, so that it becomes a de-facto standard. To achieve this,
non-free programs must be allowed to use the library. A more frequent case is that a free
library does the same job as widely used non-free libraries. In this case, there is little to
gain by limiting the free library to free software only, so we use the Lesser General Public
License.
In other cases, permission to use a particular library in non-free programs enables a
greater number of people to use a large body of free software. For example, permission
to use the GNU C Library in non-free programs enables many more people to use the
whole GNU operating system, as well as its variant, the GNU/Linux operating system.
Although the Lesser General Public License is Less protective of the users’ freedom, it
does ensure that the user of a program that is linked with the Library has the freedom
and the wherewithal to run that program using a modified version of the Library.
This is the “being nice to the developers” approach, which acts as a sort of free
advertising within the developer community.
However, BusyBox has apparently always contained chunks of code that were licensed
under GPL version 2 only. Examples include applets written by Linus Torvalds (util-linux/
mkfs_minix.c and util_linux/mkswap.c) which stated they “may be redistributed as per
3A) bundle the complete corresponding source with the binary.
3B) bundle a written offer good for three years to provide source upon request (these
days this is often a URL).
3C) point you users at the upstream source (i.e. pass along somebody else’s 3B offer).
Using option 3A, that is, putting exact BusyBox source and .config file you used to build
the binary on the same medium which you use to ship the binary, is the most bulletproof approach to license compliance. If you do that, you can stop reading, your license
obligations have been satisfied.
Option 3B makes sense if you do not distribute BusyBox binaries on a medium like CDROM, but instead ship them in a device’s firmware. Storing the source there might be
an unacceptable waste of space. In this case, add a note to the device’s documentation
that it uses open-source components and that their source can be downloaded from the
company’s website. Give exact URL to the page where it can be downloaded.
Regardless of whether you use option 3A or 3B, please make sure you distribute the
exact same source tree you used to build the binary. It doesn’t have to be a single archive.
Indeed, most people distribute modified sources in the form of unmodified busyboxN.N.N.tar.bz2 archive and a set of patches which add features or fix problems.
If you added an applet, or an option to one of the applets in BusyBox, or fixed a bug, and
the source tree lacks this addition or fix, then you are not fulfilling GPLv2 requirements.
You can avoid having to distribute source by taking option 3C. However, option 3C has
some restrictions, and if your company wants to be paranoid and be 100% sure everything
is crystal clear about complying with the license, perhaps it should use options 3A or 3B.
Option 3C: using unmodified source
Option 3C is what most open source people use, and it’s so lenient lots of developers
don’t even think about it. Technically 3C is also full of restrictions (it’s “allowed only for
noncommercial distribution”, and it only applies if you’re redistributing a binary you didn’t
build yourself ) intended to push people to use 3A or 3B, but the BusyBox project has
generally let those restrictions slide (as has most of the rest of the open source world)
when dealing with people who are acting in good faith.
Using option 3C means identifying the specific version of the public source you used, where
to get it from, and confirming that your binary was built from unmodified “vanilla” sources.
So if you built an unmodified BusyBox release and you point people at the URL to
the SPECIFIC source tarball on busybox.net you built it from and truthfully say “that’s
it, no patches”, we’ve accepted that as compliance even from commercial companies.
(We’re not really interested in forcing random strangers to mirror stuff we’ve already
got. OSUOSL provides very nice high bandwidth hosting for us, and if they didn’t there’s
always sourceforge and savannah and ibiblio and kernel.org and...)
7.
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If you don’t explicitly say you didn’t modify it, we could spend weeks combing through
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used to produce a byte-for-byte identical file, but the license says we shouldn’t have to.
Proving a negative is a lot of work, and making us do this work would be shirking your
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Even if you just backported changes out of the development branch, that’s not a vanilla
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The above is a fairly lenient interpretation of GPLv2 that works a bit like the BSD license’s
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requires you to identify the specific source code of the GPL binaries you distributed. The
GPL actually allows us to be more draconian than this (for starters, clause 3C doesn’t
have to apply to commercial companies at all), but as long as everybody’s acting in good
faith most projects seem happy with just identifying the specific source for binaries built
from an unmodified upstream version.
Most open source developers are lenient in this way because we actually prefer a good
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old version, with who knows what changes, and wasted an afternoon proving that “this
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values that they could have overridden from the command line anyway, and added some
debug statements.” I.E. we just wasted three hours confirming there’s nothing remotely
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Obviously if you did modify the source to the binary you distributed, and you don’t
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The next paragraph right after 3C essentially says you’re supposed to give us your .config
file as well, and sometimes we’ve asked for that as long as we’re contacting people
anyway. But to be honest, if we don’t need to contact you to get the other stuff anyway,
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.config for to make the developers happy, but they put in a /proc/config.gz option to make
it easy. :)
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Introduction
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