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Can GPL license be used commercially?

Software under the GPL may be run for all purposes, including commercial purposes and even as a tool for creating proprietary software, for example when using GPL-licensed compilers. Users or companies who distribute GPL-licensed works (e.g. software), may charge a fee for copies or give them free of charge.

Can I sell software that uses GPL?

With that said, dear TechRepublic reader, the short answer to your first question is: yes, you can legally sell software with a GPL license version 2 or 3 for whatever price you want to charge. The GNU project itself "encourages people who redistribute free software to charge as much as they wish or can...

Can I use GPL in my company?

With that in mind, it is perfectly possible to take an GPL licensed product, customize it heavily for internal use, and then distribute and use it widely through your organization. This is explicitly covered in the FSF FAQ: Does the GPL require that source code of modified versions be posted to the public?

Does free software means using the GPL?

The GPL is a free software license, and therefore it permits people to use and even redistribute the software without being required to pay anyone a fee for doing so. You can charge people a fee to get a copy from you. You can't require people to pay you when they get a copy from someone else. No.

Is it legal to sell open source software?

You are allowed to sell open source software for any amount you like. You are allowed to charge reasonable cost for supplying the source code. You are not allowed to charge anything for the license. And of course modified open source software may only distributed with an open source license.

Can companies use AGPL software?

No, it's free software, as in users are free to use it, and corporations are free to charge money for it (through dual-licensing arrangements), but the AGPL is absolutely not free in any meaningful sense for developers.

Does GPL require source code?

The GPL does not require you to release your modified version, or any part of it. ... But if you release the modified version to the public in some way, the GPL requires you to make the modified source code available to the program's users, under the GPL.

Can I distribute GPL software?

You may copy, distribute and modify the software as long as you track changes/dates of in source files and keep modifications under GPL. You can distribute your application using a GPL library commercially, but you must also provide the source code. GPL v3 tries to close some loopholes in GPL v2.

What is the difference between GPL and LGPL licenses?

The main difference between the GPL and the LGPL is that the latter allows the work to be linked with (in the case of a library, "used by") a non-(L)GPLed program, regardless of whether it is free software or proprietary software. ... Whether a work that uses an LGPL program is a derivative work or not is a legal issue.

What does LGPL license mean?

The GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL) is a free-software license published by the Free Software Foundation (FSF). ... For proprietary software, code under the LGPL is usually used in the form of a shared library, so that there is a clear separation between the proprietary and LGPL components.
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