redistributable

redistributable

To allow copies of software to be made for everyone. When runtime versions of software are required to run an application, the runtime version is typically free and said to be redistributable. See runtime version.
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Quantities of electronic scales with the corresponding weight range by structural unit are final for delivery and are not redistributable. Deliveries shall be made by carriage provided by the Contractor in the structural units of Bulgarian Posts EAD, specified in the technical requirements of the contracting authority.
In essence, it allows a class at a not-for-profit school instituting legally compliant copyright policies to stream a portion of a film, so long as the streaming media technology used reasonably restricts access to students in the class and prevents them from making redistributable copies of the video.
It is straightforward to apply such strategy to social populations in which the population units N represent redistributable resources (like money).
The MATLAB file can also be run on the free redistributable software GNU Octave, Eaton (2016).
* When installing Titanfall from a physical disc on to a 32-bit system, you'll encounter the error reading, "Error: A redistributable package (audio_installer.exe) was not installed successfully.
For an economy of endemic shortage reliant on State-controlled redistributable resource accumulation (Verdery 1991: 126), it is paradoxical that an architecture practice under strict, politically-mandated economic constraints for quick delivery of decent mass housing would be banned for doing so outside the more resource-consuming and financially-taxing political enforcement of a nebulously defined Socialist Realism.
New Register commands in the QuickLicense runtime safeguard developers that sell redistributable plugins.
Masculinity in this sense becomes something redistributable, and Faulkner avails himself of this flexibility by allocating masculinity to Gavin Stevens.
So it is unclear whether the alleged redistributable nature of the income generated by the use of individuals' superior genetic endowment, for example, is compatible with granting individuals an exclusive right to decide how to use that endowment, a right that is required by any genuine concern for individual sovereignty.
XFree86--"The XFree86 Project, Inc is the Organisation which produces XFree86, a freely redistributable open- source implementation of the X Window System which runs on UNIX(R) and UNIX-like operating systems such as Linux, all of the BSD variants, Sun Solaris x86, Mac OS X (via Darwin), as well as other platforms like OS/2 and Cygwin." This is the de-facto standard graphical display system for the entire Open Source community, forming the platform for developments such as Gnome and KDE.
This information can be audited quickly and easily, helping the company to separate primary applications from the operating system, redistributable and shared software.
Thus, as Eben Moglen points out, the provider of a 'fully redistributable system containing only free software ...