[TUHS] IP in v8-v10
imp at bsdimp.com
Thu Mar 30 15:02:41 AEST 2017
Technically, BSD code would be under BSDL with allows distribution....
On Wed, Mar 29, 2017 at 8:36 PM, Doug McIlroy <doug at cs.dartmouth.edu> wrote:
>> > Can you characterize what the 3rd-party material might be?
>> Me personally, no. But there are others on the list who can help do this.
>> Hopefully they will chime in!
> Here's a list, gathered from the manuals, of stuff that Bell Labs
> may not have the right to redistribute, with some (uncertain)
> attributions of origin. I did not check to see which of them appear in
> the TUHS archives; I doubt that /usr/src fully covered /bin and /usr/bin.
> This list is at best a first draft. Please weigh in with corrections.
> Kernel internet code. BSD
> Imported commands
> esterel INRIA
> lisp, liszt, lxref MIT
> icont, iconc Arizona
> macsyma MIT
> maple Maplesoft
> Mail BSD
> matlab Mathworks
> more BSD (From the manpage: "More, a paginator that lives up to its name, has
> too many features to describe." Its prodigality has been eclipsed by "less".)
> netnews Duke
> ops5 CMU
> pascal, pc BSD
> pxp BSD
> readnews, checknews, postnews Duke
> sdb BSD
> smp Wolfram
> spitbol IIT
> telnet BSD
> tex Stanford
> tset BSD
> vi, ex, edit BSD
> Commands I'm not sure about, could be from Bell Labs
> Library functions
> termcap BSD
> Imported games
> adventure, zork, aarvark, rogue
> doctor MIT
> trek, ogre, sol, warp, sail
> Games I'm not sure about
> boggle, hangman
> cribbage, fish
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