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Processor SDK Linux GPLv3 Disclaimer
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- Linux, RT-Linux: http://software-dl.ti.com/processor-sdk-linux/esd/docs/latest/linux/index.html
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- Android: http://software-dl.ti.com/processor-sdk-android/esd/docs/latest/android/index.html
|Linux Software Developer's Guide||→||GPLv3 Licensed Software|
There are GPLv3 licensed software components contained within the Processor SDK for Linux on both the target and the host. The software manifest (software_manifest.htm) for the Linux SDK is located in the docs/ directory of the installed SDK. All GPLv3 components for both target and host are contained in the SDK directory.
How to Identify the GPLv3 components
To idenitfy the GPLv3 components installed on the target file system, run the gplv3-notice script located on the target file system located here: /etc/init.d/gplv3-notice
The gplv3-notice script will list all Processor SDK Linux installed packages as shipped. If you installed additional GPLv3 components this script may not identify them until the next target reboot.
How to Remove Target side GPLv3 Components
The gplv3-notice script also outputs how to remove the packages. To remove individual packages from the target development file system, use the opkg remove command which is: opkg remove <package>