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1 ORIGINAL LICENSE:
2 This software is
4 (c) Copyright 1992 by Panagiotis Tsirigotis
6 The author (Panagiotis Tsirigotis) grants permission to use, copy,
7 and distribute this software and its documentation for any purpose
8 and without fee, provided that the above copyright notice extant in
9 files in this distribution is not removed from files included in any
10 redistribution and that this copyright notice is also included in any
13 Modifications to this software may be distributed, either by distributing
14 the modified software or by distributing patches to the original software,
15 under the following additional terms:
17 1. The version number will be modified as follows:
18 a. The first 3 components of the version number
19 (i.e <number>.<number>.<number>) will remain unchanged.
20 b. A new component will be appended to the version number to indicate
21 the modification level. The form of this component is up to the
22 author of the modifications.
24 2. The author of the modifications will include his/her name by appending it
25 along with the new version number to this file and will be responsible for
26 any wrong behavior of the modified software.
28 The author makes no representations about the suitability of this
29 software for any purpose. It is provided "as is" without any express
30 or implied warranty.
33 Version 2.3.15.x
34 Copyright 2017 SUSE LINUX GmbH and other parties
37 Version: 126.96.36.199-current
38 Copyright 1998-2001 by Rob Braun
40 Sensor Addition
41 Version: 188.8.131.52pre14a
42 Copyright 2001 by Steve Grubb
44 This is an exerpt from an email I recieved from the original author, allowing
45 xinetd as maintained by me, to use the higher version numbers:
47 I appreciate your maintaining the version string guidelines as specified
48 in the copyright. But I did not mean them to last as long as they did.
50 So, if you want, you may use any 2.N.* (N >= 3) version string for future
51 xinetd versions that you release. Note that I am excluding the 2.2.* line;
52 using that would only create confusion. Naming the next release 2.3.0
53 would put to rest the confusion about 2.2.1 and 2.1.8.*.