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license - program to specify and modify media file licenses
The liblicense package provides a license command to allow simple command-line examination
and manipulation of license information embedded in media files. The default action is to
show the default license as configured in $HOME/.license. This default can be offered by
applications that use liblicense when asking you what license you would like to release
your work under.
In addition to showing you and allowing you to change the embedded license in a file, the
license also can show and allow you to change the embedded "web statement URI", a link to
a web page with information about the file that you can use to verify the embedded
These programs follow the usual GNU command line syntax, with long options starting with
two dashes (`-'). A summary of options is included below. For a complete description, run
the application with --help.
Show summary of options.
Output more information about the actions of the program.
Output less information about the actions of the program.
-a JURISDICTION --list=JURISDICTION
List all avialbale licenses in JURISDICTION (uses the generic jurisdiction if
JURISDICTION is not specified).
Sets the license of the file (to the license specified by "-l").
Removes the embedded license metadata from the file.
-l URI --license=URI
When setting the license of a file or the default license preference, set it to URI.
Sets the web statement link in the file (to the value specified by "-w").
Removes the embedded web statement metadata from the file.
-w URI --web-statement=URI
When setting the web statement URI in a file, set it to URI.
-u MODULE --use=MODULE
Use the module called MODULE to interact with a file.
List the available modules and their capabilities. Modules are used to handle
different media types.
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