3Rd Party License Agreement

Licenses for most software are designed to deprive you of the freedom to share and modify them. On the other hand, GGG LPGs are supposed to guarantee your freedom to share and modify free software, to ensure that the software is free for all users. (d) If the work contains a text file “NOTICE” as part of its dissemination, all derivative works you distribute must contain a legible copy of the attribution notes contained in that NOTICE file, with the exception of references that do not relate to a portion of the derivative works, at least one of the following: in a NOTICE text file distributed as part of the derivative works; within the source form or documentation, provided they are provided with the derivative works; or, inside a screen generated by derivative works, when and where such messages normally appear by third parties. The contents of the NOTICE file are only used for informational purposes and do not change the license. You can add your own attribution instructions within Derivative Works, which you distribute with or in addition to the NOTICE text of the work, provided that such additional mentions cannot be interpreted as a change in the license. Everyone is allowed to copy and distribute literal copies of this license document, but the change is not allowed. 8. You cannot copy, modify, sub-concede, link or distribute the library unless the library is expressly provided for by that license. Any attempt to copy, modify, sub-concede, link or distribute the library by other means is not valid and automatically terminates your rights under this license. However, parties who have received copies or rights from you under this licence will not terminate their licences as long as those parties remain in full agreement. This license, general Public License, applies to certain software specifically designated by the Free Software Foundation and to all other libraries whose authors choose to use it. You can also use it for your libraries.

3. Restrictions: You agree that you do not use the software to create, design or develop software other than the developer; (2) to produce more copies of the software than is reasonably necessary for authorized use and backup and archiving; (3) modify the software, create, re-develop, recompile or disassemble derivative works, unless expressly authorized in Section 2; (4) to market, sell, lease, lend or sublicensing some of the software to third parties, unless expressly authorized in Section 2; or (5) to use the software in one way or another to circumvent (a) the technical restrictions of VMware products or violate the additional licensing conditions provided by VMware through product documentation, email notification on the VMware site or under the terms of end-user licensing agreements; (b) disable, remove, reverse or modify VMware user license agreements that VMware products submit to the end customer; or (c) hardware containing software viruses or other computer codes, files or programs designed to interrupt, destroy or restrict, download or otherwise transfer the functionality of the software or hardware.

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