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3.Additional information

Software License Information
NOTICES AND LICENSES FOR SOFTWARE USED IN THIS PRODUCT
This product includes third party software.
◆GPL/LGPL LICENSED
SOFTWARE
The following GPL executables
and LGPL libraries are used in
this product and are subject to
the GPL/LGPL License
Agreements included as part of
this documentation:
Package list:
linux-kernel busybox
dhcpcd
e2fsprogs
glibc
gmp
lm-sensors
mtd-utils
sysfsutils
xfsprogs
directfb
ethtool
gptfdisk
gcc
Source code for these
executables and libraries, as well
as other executables and
libraries, can be obtained using
the following link:
http://www.sony.net/Products/L
inux/
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LICENSE
Version 2, June 1991
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Software Foundation, Inc.
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