Question: If I buy a program on one computer, am I allowed to use it on both my personal computers?
Info: So I'm dyslexic and a college student. This means that I cannot read very quickly and have to read a lot for classes. To help me the academic support center gives me audio recording of my books. The problem is that these are all DRMed. The only way I can read them is to use windows media player in windows (tried wine with no success). This is ok when I'm on my desktop which i have duel booted into windows XP and Ubuntu. But on my laptop, which I use when I'm in the library for example, I only have Ubuntu. The for purchase package "Fluendo" (Which now that I look at it I realize is Latin for "Deserving to flow") looks like it should allow me to get around these DRM issues and be able to read my texts more than just at my desktop.
But it raises two questions for me. One, if I buy this, can I install it on both my laptop and desktop? two, if I have to reformat my system, how do I recover this software?