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DDWRT goes commercial

Discussion in 'DD-WRT Firmware' started by eenisweenis, Sep 30, 2005.

  1. eenisweenis

    eenisweenis Network Guru Member

  2. BrainSlayer

    BrainSlayer Network Guru Member

    no at all. it is free and will be free in future too including its source for non comcercial users. but since some companies are using it do earn the big money i'm feeling sad that i get nothing for it.
    the gpl parts of dd-wrt will still be gpl'ed and i have no intention to change this. otherwise its also a rumour that dd-wrt is the gpl variant of alchemy. this isnt true. dd-wrt is a independent project
     
  3. eenisweenis

    eenisweenis Network Guru Member

    But the Linksys firmware is GPL so DD-WRT is GPL.
     
  4. BrainSlayer

    BrainSlayer Network Guru Member

    thats not true. the linksys fw is not gpl at all, only partially.
    dd-wrt has several modules. i havent changed any license in it, but independent new modules are not gpl'ed by me and under a more restrictive license
    read the license.txt inside the binary distribution if you want more infos which is under gpl and which not.
    this information is also available in the download section at www.dd-wrt.com since more than 2 weeks
     
  5. eenisweenis

    eenisweenis Network Guru Member

  6. BrainSlayer

    BrainSlayer Network Guru Member

    no. its gpl conform. and this is a little bit different. otherwise i'm not talking about v22. this was not under this restrictive license. but in the newer v23 binaries you'll find this new license information
     
  7. eenisweenis

    eenisweenis Network Guru Member

    So V23 is just like Sveasoft now. How much will it cost?
     
  8. hotrat

    hotrat Network Guru Member

    dun be a kook mate
     
  9. BrainSlayer

    BrainSlayer Network Guru Member

    sorry. you're arent able to read english as i see.

    it costs nothing for private and non comcercial users. for comercial users we have internal offers which arent related to the amount of used routers
     
  10. bigjohns

    bigjohns Network Guru Member

    It's a pretty odd thing when you can't understand:

    IT IS FREE FOR NON-COMMERCIAL / PRIVATE USE but if you want to make money using it, you gotta pay...

    John

    Have you been
    :drinking: enis?
     

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