> > > > > There should be at least a concern in this being that it is not > illegal to use Haiku on other computers in Russia when there is no > license given. There is a licence given, it's the MIT licence. Though not all software inside Haiku is under MIT licence, you'll need to check the other ones. > And the use of Haiku is not patented in some strange obscure way. No, but some stupid software patents in some obscure countries cover methods used by software inside Haiku (certainly on libavcodec & others). It is up to you to find if you care about sw patents or not and handle those. François.