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Subject: BIND redistribution (was Re: Old-style nameservers)
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Date: Sat, 18-Apr-87 15:59:49 EST
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Although BIND has copyright notices in it, there is no problem
with redistributing it.  Like all Berkeley-licensed code, there
are only 2 restrictions on redistribution: any rights of AT&T
in their original UNIX source must be protected (in this case, none),
and due credit must be given the University.  Maintaining the copyright
notices in redistributed source code is generally sufficient to satisfy
this restriction.


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