The binary components of the Samsung Unified Linux Driver are copyright (c) 2000-2016 by Samsung Corporation.
For other components of the Samsung Unified Linux Driver, copyrights are held by their respective owners.
The binary components are licensed under a variety of open-source licenses, as well as an unknown, restrictive Samsung license.
Samsung's license on redistribution is unclear prior to v3.00.43. Beginning with v3.00.43 and continuing in the subsequent releases (including driver2 v1.xxxx), Samsung includes a EULA that explicits forbids redistribution and repackaging of the driver contents. Because all driver components are provided for free and no reverse engineering is taking place, it seems unlikely that these or other packages based on the Samsung driver actually violate any laws or would lead to legal action by Samsung. However, use and redistribution of these packages is at your own risk. All of that said, the Samsung website started linking to this repository in February 2015 in response to questions regarding whether their drivers provide Linux support, so presumably they have no actual objections.
There are no additional restrictions placed on redistribution of the packages in this repository, which are provided in the hope that they will be useful but with NO WARRANTY. All files that I have prepared and distribute as part of the Samsung Unified Linux Driver Repository may be freely reused for any purpose, but I make no guarantees they will work. I may be able to help if something breaks, but promise no support at all. I have tested the packages and scripts, and they work on my system.
The samsungscannerserver tools developed by angelnu and Totally King are released under the GPL v3+.
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