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It's only available under the licenses that Ubuntu is available under. These are non-negotiable en-masse. As for money, all the default licenses are free, many with non-monetary conditions (eg conditions if you wish to redistribute). You can add non-free software under difference licenses if you wish... But that's up to you. The components that make up ...
what are the types of licence that we can get for the Ubuntu server and if any of the editions costs money how much would that be around? Free (both as beer and as freedom) with community support. Others licences with paid support refer to the Canonical Enterprises Services page.
Ubuntu server itself is free. you might want to pay for support contracts, or additional maintanance tools (Like Landscape). For that sort of info, you should visit canonical.com
What do you mean by "license", user? If you mean some End User license, some of the programs that you can install will have those. But in the cases of BIND, Squid, and sendmail don't inherently have any licenses beyond a Free and Open Source Software license, which states that you are free to modify, use, and redistribute the software, and that all ...
Licence? Yes, that you are free to modify, use and redistribute all the software, and that the modifications and redistribution have the same/compatible licence. Is called Free and open-source software (FOSS). Licence? No, you don't need to pay anything, unless you want professional support, otherwise you can obtain support of the community.
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