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+Oracle elects to use only the GNU Lesser General Public License version
+2.1 (LGPL)/GNU General Public License version 2 (GPL) for any software
+where a choice of LGPL/GPL license versions are made available with the
+language indicating that LGPLv2.1/GPLv2 or any later version may be
+used, or where a choice of which version of the LGPL/GPL is applied is
+unspecified.  Unless specifically stated otherwise, where a choice
+exists between another license and either the GPL or the LGPL, Oracle
+chooses the other license.
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------
+
+Two sets of free fonts are supplied for Ghostscript: 
+
+      	35 commercial-quality Type 1 basic PostScript fonts -- Times, Helvetica,
+	Courier, Symbol, etc. -- contributed by URW++ Design and Development 
+	Incorporated, of Hamburg, Germany (http://www.urwpp.de/). Fontmap names
+	them all. 
+
+	A miscellaneous set including Cyrillic, kana, and fonts derived from the
+	free Hershey fonts, with improvements (such as adding accented characters)
+	by Thomas Wolff. The Hershey-based fonts are quite different from
+	traditional printer or display fonts; you can read about them in more
+	detail in the documentation on Hershey fonts. 
+
+
+
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
+For the fonts drived from the public domain Hershey fonts with improvements
+by Thoms Wolff as stated by the Hershey.html file delivered with 
+GNU Ghostscript:
+
+
+USE RESTRICTION:
+        This distribution of the Hershey Fonts may be used by anyone for
+        any purpose, commercial or otherwise, providing that:
+                1. The following acknowledgements must be distributed with
+                        the font data:
+                        - The Hershey Fonts were originally created by Dr.
+                                A. V. Hershey while working at the U. S.
+                                National Bureau of Standards.
+                        - The format of the Font data in this distribution
+                                was originally created by
+                                        James Hurt
+                                        Cognition, Inc.
+                                        900 Technology Park Drive
+                                        Billerica, MA 01821
+                                        (mit-eddie!ci-dandelion!hurt)
+                2. The font data in this distribution may be converted into
+                        any other format *EXCEPT* the format distributed by
+                        the U.S. NTIS (which organization holds the rights
+                        to the distribution and use of the font data in that
+                        particular format). Not that anybody would really
+                        *want* to use their format... each point is described
+                        in eight bytes as "xxx yyy:", where xxx and yyy are
+                        the coordinate values as ASCII numbers.
+
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
+For other free fonts:
+
+
+A free Chinese (Hanzi) font - 
+
+A free Chinese font, originally provided by courtesy of Jackson Technology, Ltd., Taiwan under the GPL and now distributed by the Taiwan NeXT
+User Group, is available from: 
+
+      ftp://ftp.ifcss.org/pub/software/fonts/big5/next/
+      ftp://ftp.cs.wisc.edu/ghost/hanzi/ 
+
+Free Japanese (Kanji) fonts - 
+
+Mr. Tetsurou Tanaka of the Department of Engineering, University of Tokyo, has created a set of free Kanji fonts available from 
+
+      ftp://ftp.ipl.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp/Font/
+
+along with documentation in Japanese and English describing their conditions of use and how to use them. An older copy of these fonts, under
+somewhat different names, is available at the Ghostscript site: 
+
+      ftp://ftp.cs.wisc.edu/ghost/kanji/
+
+Mr. Norio Katayama has done some work to make Ghostscript work well with Kanji fonts. An easy-to-install Kanji font for Ghostscript, with
+installation instructions, is at 
+
+      http://www.cit.ics.saitama-u.ac.jp/~far/howto/gs-ttf.html 
+
+The same site has patches to make Ghostscript work with Japanese VF fonts, with documentation in both English and Japanese: 
+
+      http://www.cit.ics.saitama-u.ac.jp/~far/howto/gs-vflib.html 
+
+Here are some other resources in Japanese relating to VFlib and using Ghostscript with Japanese fonts: 
+
+      http://www.ldl.jaist.ac.jp/~akr/nonresearch/free-software/ghostscript/index.ja.html 
+            Author <[email protected]> 
+      http://www.se.hiroshima-u.ac.jp/~kakugawa/Hacks/Hacks-JIS.html 
+      http://itohws03.ee.noda.sut.ac.jp/~matsuda/VFlib-FT/ 
+            Author <[email protected]> 
+
+Unicode CMaps - 
+
+The Unicode CMaps distributed with Ghostscript are freely downloadable from 
+
+      ftp://ftp.oreilly.com/pub/examples/nutshell/ujip/adobe/ 
+
+Free Cyrillic fonts - 
+
+N. Glonty and A. Samarin created in 1989 a Cyrillic extension of TeX's "Computer Modern" fonts, now freely available through the Comprehensive
+TeX Archive Network (CTAN), for instance at 
+
+      ftp://ctan.tug.org/tex-archive/fonts/cmcyr/ 
+
+Basil K. Malyshev created the "Paradissa Fonts Collection" in 1993. It contains 165 fonts, including the Glonty and Samarin font above plus other
+Computer Modern, Euler, and LaTeX fonts, all in PostScript Type 1 format with .AFM and .PFM files, compatible with ATM. The collection can be
+found through CTAN, for instance at 
+
+      ftp://ctan.tug.org/tex-archive/fonts/postscript/cm/ 
+
+These fonts are covered by this license: 
+
+      Paradissa fonts collection.
+      Copyright  1993, Basil K. Malyshev. All Rights Reserved. 
+
+                                                   Licensing agreement
+
+      The author of this fonts grants to any individual or non-commercial organization the right to use and to make an unlimited number of
+      copies of full collection or selected fonts when this is done WITHOUT CHARGE and has attached this licence agreement. 
+
+      This fonts cannot be sold or distributed with any commercial product without written authorization from the author. If you want to
+      charge a small fee for distribute fonts as is or with any software, you should contact the author. 
+
+      This restriction is not intended to apply to connect time charges, or flat rate connection/download fees for electronic bulletin board
+      services. 
+
+      Basil K. Malyshev <[email protected]> 22 December 1993, Protvino, Russia.