I am in a position where a company is trying to sell me a modified version of Ubuntu with added proprietary binaries. They are selling it as a complete distro on a usb stick. It clearly shows UBUNTU ...
edx is an online course provider and recently it provided a course about Linux. One thing that was confusing is that it mentioned that they got permission from Canonical Ltd to use the word UBUNTU. ...
I'm building a website like OMG!Ubuntu. I know that when using domain names ending with "Ubuntu" I must get consent from Canonical. How do I get their consent ?
Is there any legal things I need to discuss with Canonical before publishing an Ubuntu-based distribution?
I would like to know if there is some legal stuff I should fix with Canonical in order to make my distro publicly available as it is based in Ubuntu. Thanks.
Possible Duplicate: Is it possible to create Ubuntu Shirts ( Merchandise ) Is it permited to use(print) Ubuntu logo on a "Ubuntu users group" T-shirt which is not sold public but to the ...
I wish to create a couple of Ubuntu shirts as prize for a coming event. In my country it is very difficult to get dollars($), Euros or any coin. This is the reason for making them here instead of ...