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Imagine I have built a program based on PostgreSQL. There is a statement
that anyone can use and distribute or modify PostgreSQL software provided
that he includes a document with the license statements. If I include this
license statements and distribute only binaries of the modified program
(it is allowed), does it mean that my program is from now on going to be
availble to be redistributed by anyone to anyone for anything or for free?

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Jul 19 '05 #1
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Dnia Wed, 18 May 2005 10:51:07 +0200, Marcin Karbowniczek napisa≥(a):
Imagine I have built a program based on PostgreSQL. There is a statement
that anyone can use and distribute or modify PostgreSQL software provided
that he includes a document with the license statements. If I include this
license statements and distribute only binaries of the modified program
(it is allowed), does it mean that my program is from now on going to be
availble to be redistributed by anyone to anyone for anything or for free?


No. BSD license applies only to PostgreSQL itself, not your program.

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