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#1 2016-07-05 10:21:16

gromain
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Kinetis Design Studio PKGBUILD - LICENSE Issue?

Hello all,

I need some advice regarding a potential legal problem.

I wrote a PKGBUILD for Kinetis Design Studio, an IDE from NXP for the Kinetis range of MCUs.

The thing is they have a license-wall (a place on the website where you have to accept the license to download the file). I found out it's still possible to download the file with a direct link without going through accepting their license.

So, in my PKGBUILD, I put in the link for a straight download. The License does not forbid this (as much as I can tell).

So here are my questions:

  1. Does installing the software from the AUR implies agreeing with the LICENSE provided (I believe it does)?

  2. Can I provide in the PKGBUILD the direct link to download? It was not obtained through illegal means (like hacking their website for example). It's a direct link, from the NXP website, obtained after the license-wall.

  3. If I can't provide the direct link, can I still provide a PKGBUILD, with only the name of the package as source, where the user will have to go through the explicit download from NXP website?

  4. From a more concrete and technical perspective, do I have too many packages in the depends in the PKGBUILD? I put there all the package namcap told me where required.

I asked the juridic questions on the NXP community forum, and was told to come here (which I would have done anyway to check on the PKGBUILD quality). The link to this forum is https://community.nxp.com/message/808655.


So, here is my PKGBUILD:
(I obfuscated the link in case it's forbidden to have it public and the PKGBUILD will then not be published in the AUR as a consequence)

# Maintainer: Romain Bazile <gromain.baz@gmail.com>

pkgname=kinetis-design-studio
pkgver=3.2.0
pkgrel=1
epoch=
pkgdesc="IDE for the Kinetis microcontrollers range from NXP. Based on Eclipse."
arch=('x86_64')
url="http://www.nxp.com/KDS"
license=('custom:"NXP"')
depends=('glibc' 'libusb-compat' 'libxt' 'nss' 'java-environment' 'libxslt' 'gconf' 'gtk2' 'alsa-lib' 'libxtst')
source=("$pkgname-$pkgver-$pkgrel.$arch.rpm" "LICENSE")
sha1sums=('188e9bfa9fb73de16f1f173a2279f59c8ceaabd4'
          '0d067fc6e11d07896e8aba9a94f5fc600bcd1e4e')
options=('!strip')

package() {
        cp -r ${srcdir}/usr ${pkgdir}/;
        cp -r ${srcdir}/opt ${pkgdir}/;
        cp -r ${srcdir}/lib ${pkgdir}/usr/;
        #cd "${srcdir}"
        #tar -xzf data.tar.gz -C "${pkgdir}"
        chown -R `whoami` ${pkgdir}/opt/Freescale/KDS_v3/;
        install -D -m644 ${srcdir}/LICENSE ${pkgdir}/usr/share/licenses/${pkgname}/LICENSE;
}

Here is the LICENSE (straight from NXP Website):

FREESCALE SEMICONDUCTOR SOFTWARE LICENSE AGREEMENT


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APPENDIX A

Other License Grants and Restrictions:

The Licensed Software may include some or all of the following software, which is either 1) not Freescale proprietary software or 2) Freescale proprietary software subject to different terms than those in the Agreement. If the Software Content Register that accompanies the Licensed Software identifies any of the following Third Party Software or specific components of the Freescale Proprietary Software, the following terms apply to the extent they deviate from the terms in the Agreement:
	

Atheros
Use of Atheros software is limited to evaluation and demonstration only. Permitted distributions must be similarly limited. Further rights must be obtained directly from Atheros.   
	
 
Vivante
Distribution of Vivante software must be a part of, or embedded within, Authorized Systems that include a Vivante Graphics Processing Unit. 
	

MQX RTOS Source Code
MQX RTOS source code may not be re-distributed by any FSL Licensee under any circumstance, even by a signed written amendment to this Agreement.
	

Oracle JRE (Java)
The Oracle JRE must be used consistent with terms found here: http://java.com/license
	

P&E Micro
P&E Software must be used consistent with the terms found here: http://www.pemicro.com/licenses/gdbserver/license_gdb.pdf
	

Segger Microcontroller
Segger software must be used consistent with the terms found here: http://www.segger.com/jlink-software.html

 
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Thanks for your help and advice!

Last edited by gromain (2016-07-05 10:22:53)

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#2 2016-07-05 14:08:56

ewaller
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Re: Kinetis Design Studio PKGBUILD - LICENSE Issue?

IANAL, But it appears you are downloading and installing the licence, as you should.  You might post a message advising that there is a "Licence Wall" on the NXP site.
I also wonder if they are in compliance with https://www.eclipse.org/legal/epl-v10.html  hmm

IMHO, you are good.


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#3 2016-07-05 15:41:25

gromain
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Re: Kinetis Design Studio PKGBUILD - LICENSE Issue?

ewaller wrote:

I also wonder if they are in compliance with https://www.eclipse.org/legal/epl-v10.html  hmm

I think they get away with it because of this:

4.       OPEN SOURCE.         Open source software included in the Licensed Software is not licensed under the terms of this Agreement, but is instead licensed under the terms of the applicable open source license(s), such as the BSD License, Apache License or the GNU Lesser General Public License. Your use of the open source software is subject to the terms of each applicable license. You must agree to the terms of each applicable license, or you cannot use the open source software.

But, thanks for your advice! IANAL too, hence my asking!



As for the message, will a simple "echo" do?

My PKGBUILD would look like this then:

# Maintainer: Romain Bazile <gromain.baz@gmail.com>

pkgname=kinetis-design-studio
pkgver=3.2.0
pkgrel=1
epoch=
pkgdesc="IDE for the Kinetis microcontrollers range from NXP. Based on Eclipse."
arch=('x86_64')
url="http://www.nxp.com/KDS"
license=('custom:"NXP"')
depends=('glibc' 'libusb-compat' 'libxt' 'nss' 'java-environment' 'libxslt' 'gconf' 'gtk2' 'alsa-lib' 'libxtst')
source=("$pkgname-$pkgver-$pkgrel.$arch.rpm" "LICENSE")
sha1sums=('188e9bfa9fb73de16f1f173a2279f59c8ceaabd4'
          '0d067fc6e11d07896e8aba9a94f5fc600bcd1e4e')
options=('!strip')

package() {
        echo "Be advised that the package you are currently installing should be downloaded through"
        echo "NXP's License Wall at https://www.nxp.com/kds"
        echo "A copy of the License is available in /usr/share/licenses/kinetis-design-studio"
        cp -r ${srcdir}/usr ${pkgdir}/;
        cp -r ${srcdir}/opt ${pkgdir}/;
        cp -r ${srcdir}/lib ${pkgdir}/usr/;
        chown -R `whoami` ${pkgdir}/opt/Freescale/KDS_v3/;
        install -D -m644 ${srcdir}/LICENSE ${pkgdir}/usr/share/licenses/${pkgname}/LICENSE;
}

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#4 2016-07-05 15:46:34

Scimmia
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Re: Kinetis Design Studio PKGBUILD - LICENSE Issue?

You are not installing the package in the package function, though. The message, if necessary, should be in the install script.

The chown to `whoami` is very wrong as well.

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#5 2016-07-05 16:36:58

gromain
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Re: Kinetis Design Studio PKGBUILD - LICENSE Issue?

What do you mean by not installing?
Using cp is the only way I found to actually do the installation (as there are a huge number of files, mainly in the opt/Freescale) directory.

I will move the message to a .install then.

Also I will remove the chown. It was intended to resolve a "bug" where you cannot install eclipse plugins or do update directly from KDS as a normal user does not have write access to the folder. However, it's not working as intended as the installation is done as root (and then, the user still doesn't have the rights to write into).

So, yeah, brainfart I guess... I'm removing it and pushing a message in an install script.
Should I move anything else to it? (cp?)

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#6 2016-07-05 16:46:00

gromain
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Re: Kinetis Design Studio PKGBUILD - LICENSE Issue?

So, I wrote a kinetis-design-studio.install:

pre_install() {
        echo "Be advised that the package you are currently installing should be downloaded through"
        echo "NXP's License Wall at https://www.nxp.com/kds"
        echo "By installing this package you agree to the terms of this license."
        echo "A copy of the License is available in /usr/share/licenses/kinetis-design-studio"
}


post_install() {
        echo "Warning! If you want to be able to install or update plugins"
        echo "in KDS, you either need to launch it as root, or"
        echo "chown the /opt/Freescale/KDS_v3/ folder."
}

Also, I changed my PKGBUILD to:

# Maintainer: Romain Bazile <gromain.baz@gmail.com>

pkgname=kinetis-design-studio
pkgver=3.2.0
pkgrel=1
epoch=
pkgdesc="IDE for the Kinetis microcontrollers range from NXP. Based on Eclipse."
arch=('x86_64')
url="http://www.nxp.com/KDS"
license=('custom:"NXP"')
depends=('glibc' 'libusb-compat' 'libxt' 'nss' 'java-environment' 'libxslt' 'gconf' 'gtk2' 'alsa-lib' 'libxtst')
source=("$pkgname-$pkgver-$pkgrel.$arch.rpm" "LICENSE")
sha1sums=('188e9bfa9fb73de16f1f173a2279f59c8ceaabd4'
          '0d067fc6e11d07896e8aba9a94f5fc600bcd1e4e')
options=('!strip')

package() {
        cp -r ${srcdir}/usr ${pkgdir}/;
        cp -r ${srcdir}/opt ${pkgdir}/;
        cp -r ${srcdir}/lib ${pkgdir}/usr/;
        install -D -m644 ${srcdir}/LICENSE ${pkgdir}/usr/share/licenses/${pkgname}/LICENSE;
}

Also, after more thinking, I think I understood what you meant. I'm only packaging in the package function (i.e. creating the pkg.tar.xz), not doing the actual installation (i.e. copy every files to the filesystem). Hence the need to put the messages in the install script.

Last edited by gromain (2016-07-05 16:48:27)

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#7 2016-07-13 14:26:59

gromain
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Re: Kinetis Design Studio PKGBUILD - LICENSE Issue?

Ok.
It has been a long time without answers.
I'm going to go ahead and publish it.

Thanks for the feedback!

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#8 2016-07-13 14:39:43

gromain
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Registered: 2016-07-05
Posts: 6

Re: Kinetis Design Studio PKGBUILD - LICENSE Issue?

Also, while making the final checks, I realized there already is a "kinetis-design-studio-bin" package in the AUR ( https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/kine … tudio-bin/ ).

I won't publish this one then, but thanks again! wink

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