Change for Caldera OpenLinux Workstation 3.1 Will Require "Per System" LicensesJun 25, 2001, 17:16 (158 Talkback[s])
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Caldera has changed the license on its OpenLinux Workstation product for the newest version (3.1) to require one license per system the distribution is installed on. The company will provide a certificate of license authenticity it says it expects to find on each system running OpenLinux Workstation. From the reviewer's guide to Caldera OpenLinux Workstation (5.3MB PDF):
"OpenLinux Workstation licensing has changed from previous versions. OpenLinux Workstation, as a product, is licensed per system and cannot be deployed without limit Caldera will provide a certificate of license authenticity (COLA) with each unit sold, an Caldera expects each customer to have a COLA for each system that deploys OpenLinux Workstation.
Caldera will begin shipping OpenLinux Workstation 3.1 at the end of June.
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