LICENSE.TXT

Freesco router version 0.3.4, (C) 1999-2005 The Freesco router project
http://www.freesco.org 
http://www.freesco.info 
http://www.freesco.net
Freesco comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY;

Freesco is a Linux base router that fits on a floppy.  The majority of the 
original work is mainly in the form of shell scripts which are, by definition,
open source.  The basic functionalities are provided through other open source 
programs that can be executables and/or scripts and are distributed in 
accordance to their own licenses.  Since Freesco operate from a floppy disk, 
this environment is scarce in data space and therefore, licenses are not 
include for each software used.  In order to know what license is published in a 
program, you should try running it with the --version switch.

Freesco is distributed in the form of a zipped file.  All the contents of 
this zip file are free softwares; you can redistribute it and/or modify it 
under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free 
Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any 
later version.

This zip file is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT 
ANY WARRANTY; without even an implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS 
FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the GNU General Public License for more details.

A copy of the GNU General Public License as been added at the end of this 
document; if not, write to the Free Software Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple 
Place, Suite 330, Boston, MA  02111-1307  USA

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Licenses and copyrights of softwares and scripts installed on a Freesco floppy 
are:


Freesco 0.3.4 - (C) -2005 The Freesco Project
---------------------------------------------
(mainly executable scripts listed here but not limited to)

/etc/connect	/etc/rc		/etc/arc_stop	/bin/dyndns	/bin/connect
/rc/rc_dhcpd	/rc/rc_eth	/rc/rc_ftpd	/rc/rc_lease	/rc/rc_net
/rc/rc_ident	/rc/rc_user	/rc/rc_crond	/rc/rc_main	/rc/rc_boot
/rc/rc_lpd	/rc/rc_sshd	/rc/rc_ras	/rc/rc_httpd	/rc/rc_diald
/rc/rc_comm	/rc/rc_dns	/rc/rc_pnp	/rc/rc_pfwd	/rc/rc_mon
/rc/rc_masq	/rc/rc_bridg	/bin/pkg	/bin/control	/sbin/daemon
/sbin/logrotate	/sbin/mgetty	/sbin/psh	/bin/runchk	/sbin/dhcpcd.update
/sbin/freetime	/etc/colors	/etc/rc_shutdown /etc/rc	/sbin/dhcpcd.fld
/sbin/sendlogs	/sbin/savelogs	/sbin/rmlogs

/bin/utils (Linked from:        /bin/dir        /bin/edit       /bin/telnet 
                /bin/lsmod      /bin/clr        /bin/a:         /bin/userlist 
                /bin/ll         /bin/basename   /bin/dirname    /bin/hostname 
                /bin/passwd     /bin/sysinfo    /bin/report     /bin/sysedit 
                /bin/free       /bin/grep       /bin/ps         /bin/minicom 
                /bin/useradd    /bin/useredit   /bin/userdel    /bin/netinfo 
                /bin/uptime     /bin/backup     /bin/uname      /bin/fromdos 
                /bin/todos      /bin/cp-rf      /bin/crontab    /bin/play 
                /bin/utils      /bin/listpkg    /bin/installpkg /bin/removepkg 
                /bin/chgrp      /bin/chmod      /bin/chown      /bin/chroot 
                /bin/clear      /bin/dd         /bin/df         /bin/dmesg 
                /bin/find       /bin/false      /bin/halt       /bin/length 
                /bin/ls         /bin/math       /bin/mkdir      /bin/more
                )
/sbin/= (Linked from:           /sbin/killall   /sbin/load      /sbin/mode 
                /sbin/setspeed  /sbin/setup     /sbin/synctime  
                )

miscellanies:
-----------

/sbin/dhcpcd    DHCP Client Daemon v.1.3.22-pl4
                Copyright (C) 1996 - 1997 Yoichi Hariguchi <yoichi@fore.com>
                Copyright (C) January, 1998 Sergei Viznyuk <sv@phystech.com>
		http://www.phystech.com/download/                

/sbin/dhcpd	Internet Software Consortium DHCP Server V2.0pl6
		Copyright 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999 
		The Internet Software Consortium.
		http://www.isc.org/dhcp-contrib.html
                
/sbin/pppoe 
		PPPoE Version 3.5, Copyright (C) 2001 Roaring Penguin Software Inc.
		PPPoE comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY.
		This is free software, and you are welcome to redistribute it 
		under the terms of the GNU General Public License, version 2 
		or any later version.
		http://www.roaringpenguin.com

/sbin/pptp
/sbin/pptp_callmgr
		PPtP Version 1.0.2, Copyright (C) 1989, 1991 
		The Free Software Foundation, INC
		PPtP comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY.
		This is free software, and you are welcome to redistribute it 
		under the terms of the GNU General Public License, version 2 
		or any later version.

/sbin/oidentd   oidentd version 1.6.4
                by Ryan McCabe <odin@numb.org>
                http://ojnk.sourceforge.net

/sbin/lpd       lpd v1.3.1 
		Verson 1.0-1.2 written by Steve Flynn 
                Based on Sigma Designs "How to write LPD programs" 
                http://www.dd.sigma.se/network/lpd.html 
                For final semester Webgate project June 1999
		Verson 1.2 modified May 2000 by Simon Byrnand to 1.3
		Verson 1.3 modified Feb 2002 by Lewis Baughman for the "all"
		variable to version 1.3.1

/sbin/dnsmasq	dnsmasq version 1.17 Author Simon Kelley
		A special thanks to Simon Kelley for adapting the dnsmasq 
		code so that it will run in FREESCO.
		http://thekelley.org.uk/dnsmasq/

/sbin/smtpclient
		smtpclient version 1.0.0 Copywrite (C) 1997 
		Ralf S. Engelschall
		GNU general public
		http://www.engelschall.com/

/sbin/pure-ftpd	
		Pure-FTPd v1.0.20 Copywrite 2001,2002,2003,2004
		Frank Denis j@pureftpd.org
		BSD License
		http://www.pureftpd.org/ 

/bin/date       	GNU Shell Utilities
/bin/clock      	util-linux
/bin/ipfwadm    	ipfwadm 2.3.0a, 2001/11/14
/bin/setserial  	setserial Version 2.12
/bin/snarf      	snarf, version 7.0
/sbin/crond     	crond V2.2

/sbin/pppd      	pppd version 2.3.11
/sbin/pnpdump   	pnpdump version 1.9
/sbin/isapnp		isapnp version 1.9


/sbin/dropbear		Dropbear SSH server version 0.44test4
/sbin/dropbearkey	Dropbear security key generator version 0.44test4
/sbin/ssh		Dropbear SSH client version 0.44test4
			Author Matt Johnston
			http://matt.ucc.asn.au/dropbear/dropbear.html

/sbin/thttpd		thttpd HTTP web server version 2.25b 
			http://www.acme.com/software/thttpd/


Unknown origin:
---------------
/bin/brcfg      /bin/chvt       /bin/ping       /bin/htpasswd   /bin/ifconfig
/bin/ile        /bin/ipautofw   /bin/ipcalc     /bin/ipportfw   /bin/logger
/bin/mount      /bin/ntpdate    /bin/route      /bin/sed        /bin/sh
/bin/tty        /bin/login      /bin/beep       /bin/traceroute /sbin/agetty
/sbin/chat      /sbin/diald     /sbin/fork      /sbin/klogd     /sbin/passwd
/sbin/syslogd       /sbin/miterm    /sbin/edt
/sbin/tleds     
/bin/init (Linked from:         /bin/mv         /bin/pwd        /bin/reboot 
                /bin/sleep      /bin/star       /bin/touch      /bin/tryopen 
                /bin/true       /bin/umount     /bin/zcat       )
/sbin/init (Linked from:        /sbin/block_device              /sbin/fdflush 
                /sbin/loadkmap  /sbin/losetup   /sbin/mkswap    /sbin/swapon 
                /sbin/swapoff   /sbin/update    )
/bin/insmod (Linked from: /bin/rmmod)
/bin/umssync (Linked from:      /bin/udosctl    /bin/umssetup   )

Modules:
--------
ip_masq_icq.o	module v0.52.
		Andrew Deryabin
		djsf@usa.net
		ICQ: 13553135, Fido: 2:5020/1145

ip_masq_netmeeting.o
		IP_MASQ_NETMEETING Netmeeting masquerading module
		Author: Alex Nicolaou, LiquiMedia Inc., http://www.liquimedia.com/
		http://www.cgl.uwaterloo.ca/~anicolao/ to contact the author
		Copyright (C) 1999 LiquiMedia Inc. Distributed under GPL.
		This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
		modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License
		as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version
		2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.



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