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What are my obligations when using an Apache 2.0 library in an internal project?

In general, licensing obligations pivot on the subject of distribution. If you don't distribute, you generally have no obligations, because you're not impacting anyone outside of your organization. ...
Robert Harvey's user avatar
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Will I have to remove an apache 2 open-source project from the internet and stop using it if someone patents the concepts within the code?

Any piece of software can be encumbered by patents. That is not something that is specific to the Apache license. The Apache license just acknowledges the fact and includes a patent license in ...
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Will I have to remove an apache 2 open-source project from the internet and stop using it if someone patents the concepts within the code?

The patent is inherently invalid, thus legally you do not have to. Whether you want to fight that battle, though, is another matter. (Your app predates the patent, thus showing the idea was already ...
Loren Pechtel's user avatar
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Another Apache 2.0 license question, regarding modifying files

If you are not including the source and you aren't releasing the source files (since you aren't required to release the original or modified source files for Apache License 2.0 projects), then I don't ...
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Can I install Apache HTTP server and Apache Tomcat server on the same host?

Absolutely, there is no reason they can not run on the same server. By default the web server runs on port 80 and tomcat runs on port 8080 so there are no port conflicts. I have configured a setup ...
Clinton Bosch's user avatar

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