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Legalities and Acknowledgements

8. Legalities and Acknowledgements

8.1. Copyright and Licenses

Copyright (c) 2001 Sybase Inc.

This manual may be reproduced in whole or in part, without fee, subject to the following restrictions:

  • The copyright notice above and this permission notice must be preserved complete on all complete or partial copies.

  • Any translation or derived work must be approved by the author in writing before distribution.

  • If you distribute this work in part, instructions for obtaining the complete version of this manual must be included, and a means for obtaining a complete version provided.

  • Small portions may be reproduced as illustrations for reviews or quotes in other works without this permission notice if proper citation is given. Exceptions to these rules may be granted for academic purposes: Use the contact information in the next section to ask. These restrictions are here to protect us as authors, not to restrict you as learners and educators. Any source code (aside from the DocBook this document was written in) in this document is placed under the GNU General Public License, available via anonymous FTP from the GNU archive.

The preceding notice was borrowed and tweaked from the LDP Author Guide's copyright notice.

8.2. Names and Contacts

This document was initiated by Michael Moller and (mostly) written by Aylwin Lo with assistance from Michael Heal and Tom Slee. We work at Sybase.

Since the author is a co-op student, the best way to contact someone regarding this document is by posting to the sybase.public.sqlanywhere.linux newsgroup, available on the forums.sybase.com news server.

8.3. Acknowledgement

Thanks to the folks at http://www.commandprompt.com/ for getting the text of this HOWTO into workable SGML for us.

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