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1 BAREOS is a fork of the Bacula source code.
2 Please find below (1) our license information, (2) the preexisting license information
3 of Bacula (from 16/11/2012, i.e. the date the source was forked into BAREOS), and
4 (3) the license text of the AGPLv3. Our license information (1) is applicable to all
5 changes to the preexisting code of Bacula.
9 BAREOS LICENSE SPECIFICS
11 The following license terms apply to the BAREOS code:
15 The name BAREOS is a registered trademark of Bareos GmbH & Co. KG
17 Bareos is licensed under the AGPL version 3 (see 3. below). Some parts of the code
18 are licensed under permissive licenses:
21 For the native NDMP support we imported some BSD 2 clause code which has the
22 following copyright:
25 * Copyright (c) 1998,1999,2000
26 * Traakan, Inc., Los Altos, CA
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47 * LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY
48 * OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF
49 * SUCH DAMAGE.
53 Furthermore we included code from src/lib/bmtio.h which has the following copyright:
56 * Copyright (c) 1982, 1986, 1993
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83 * @(#)mtio.h 8.1 (Berkeley) 6/2/93
84 * $FreeBSD: stable/7/sys/sys/mtio.h 139825 2005-01-07 02:29:27Z imp $
87 The new source header doesn't include a reference to the AUTHORS file
88 in each source file but we still maintain the AUTHORS file with all
89 authors of the orignal project ("Bacula") and any new authors for code
90 submitted to the BAREOS project.The AUTHORS file can be found in the main
98 The original Bacula code was Copyright Kern Sibbald and John Walker.
99 After November 2004, it became Copyright Kern Sibbald, and finally,
100 the copyright was transferred to the Free Software Foundation Europe
101 on 15 November 2006. The license was changed from GPLv2 to AGPLv3
102 on 24 July 2010.
105 The name Bacula is a registered trademark of Kern Sibbald.
110 For the most part, Bacula is licensed under the AGPL version 3. This
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125 permission to link the code of its release of the Bacula Win32 File
126 daemon with the Microsoft supplied Volume Shadow Copy (VSS) libraries
127 and distribute the linked executables. You must obey the GNU General
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