No warranties, either express or implied, are hereby given for anything provided by Manjaro Linux (“Software”). All software is supplied without any accompanying guarantee, whether expressly mentioned, implied or tacitly assumed. This information does not include any guarantees regarding quality, does not describe any fair marketable quality, and does not make any claims as to quality quarantees or quarantees regarding the suitability for a special purpose. The user assumes all responsibility for damages resulting from the use of the software, including, but not limited to, frustration, disgust, system abends, disk head-crashes, general malfeasance, floods, fires, shark attack, locust infestation, cyclones, hurricanes, tsunamis, local electromagnetic disruptions, hydraulic brake system failure, invasion, hashing collisions, normal wear and tear of friction surfaces, cosmic radiation, inadvertent destruction of sensitive electronic components, windstorms, the riders of nazgul, infuriated chickens, premature activation of a distant early warning system, peasant uprisings, halitosis, artillery bombardment, explosions, cave-ins, borg-assimilation and/or frogs falling from the sky.
Manjaro develops free software. All our tools (Pamac, MSM, Manjaro-Tools) are and will always be free software. Manjaro Linux is part of OIN since March 2014. The current license can be viewed here. Additional information about packages covered by this license can be viewed here.
But it is not our goal to make Manjaro a distro free of proprietary software, like Trisquel or gNewSense. While you can use Manjaro without non-free software, our repositories also contain non-free software you can install. So, while it will always be possible to have a Manjaro with free software only, we will ship any software we can as long as our users ask for it and our packagers are willing to prepare it for them.
If you want to check the license of a package, you can do so with Pacman. Also, check if there is a folder called /usr/share/licenses/
Our live medias give you the choice to boot with free and non-free drivers, so you can check before installing which one you want to use.
We would like to thank everyone who has enabled us to create Manjaro, and/or contributed to it. These are in detail:
Manjaro Linux uses several trademarks from different projects. Their rights are not overruled by our license and stay intact.
Name: Philip Müller Organization: Manjaro Linux Street: Dr. Wintrichstr. 43 City: Ebersberg State/Province: Bavaria Postal Code: 85560 Country: Germany Email: Direct contact
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