A license is the copyright terms under which a piece of software or other creative work is distributed. This describes how end users are allowed to legally use, modify, or distribute the works of others.

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Is there any license required to from Ubuntu for applications when I download apt-get?

I'm planning to install Ubuntu 12.04 and setup Sendmail mail server, BIND DNS and Squid proxy server. Will there be any license required from Ubuntu when I download it using apt-get?
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Using Ubuntu VM as a host of a commercial web application installed to a local network

We are planning to create a web-based commercial application. It also can be installed into a local network of our customers. To make the installation process easier we would deliver a virtual ...
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modification to distribution, what's allowed?

I plan to distribute a web application/database commercially via a VM image, (a virtual appliance). The plan is to use Ubuntu as the OS for this VM. I understand that we cannot modify the distribution ...
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Can't package my quickly app after editing

I've had a lot of problems packaging my quickly app. After some editing I packaged it sucsesfuly, then I: moved the packaging-files (jotty_0.1_all.deb jotty_0.1.dsc jotty_0.1_i386.changes ...
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Unable to write the license-key in Office 2010 via Wine

I have a Linux Ubuntu 13.04 with Wine 1.5. I've tried to install an Office 2010 Professional Plus, but when I had to write the license-key, I can't write anything. The text-box is unable to write... ...
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How do I find out which licences apply to launchpad projects and their files/artwork?

Let's say that a project on Launchpad contains an image that I would like to use in a project of my own if possible. In order to do that, I need to now how the image is licensed (e.g. CC ...