Hi Tom -

Now, they're pretty specific. You can run a free copy on one PC.
(Technically, although the wording doesn't make exact sense to me,
that one PC can't even be on a "network".)

I've upgraded to the new free version.

My interpretation of the "network" thing is that you aren't allowed to get around the "one copy" rule by installing the one copy on a network server and letting multiple users run it from there.

I'm not buying a license because this PC is going to be Linux.

Ken
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