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Originally Posted by endsormeans View Post
the elusive garnet-vm_1.0.6b_ITOS2008_armel.deb to be precise...
but natcherly nobodies got that there loverly ...
since it's a naughty - naughty no - no to have it...
(a) Software License — ACCESS hereby grants You a personal, non-exclusive, non-sublicenseable, non-transferable, and non-assignable license to execute and use the Software only in object code form for a limited period of time and solely: (i) in accordance with the Documentation; and (ii) on a model N770, N800 or N810 Nokia Internet Tablet product that uses a Linux®-based operating system software as its primary operating system (such Nokia Internet Tablet product, a “Permitted Device ”).

(b) Copies – ACCESS hereby grants You a personal, non-exclusive, non-sublicenseable, non-transferable, and non-assignable limited license to: (i) make one (1) copy of the Software for each Permitted Device on which such Software is used as permitted hereunder; and (ii) make one copy of the Software as is essential for backup or archival purposes in support of Your use of such Software as permitted hereunder; provided, however, that in any event You must accurately and completely reproduce and include on all such copies any and all copyright, proprietary, and any other notices and legends that appear on the Software as provided by ACCESS.
Isn't an entire lifetime a limited period of time? Does the EULA define what that period is? Distributing something you received a link to via email is clearly illegal and the EULA confirms that, but having the file you downloaded from them wouldn't be illegal. It also gives permission to create a backup of the file. If said backup is on a write once media, are we suppose to destroy the media and all other backed up files it may contain?
 

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