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Soft-00015 - The 1985 AT&T-IBM Software Agreement
Friday, December 26 2003 @ 03:07 PM EST


Scott McKellar has done the endlessly tedious work of OCRing and transcribing this 1985 AT&T-IBM Software Agreement, referred to as SOFT-00015 in the legal documents, SCO's Exhibit A to its Amended Complaint. Thank you, Scott. The original as PDF is here [PDF].

SS-Soft. Corp-030184 Agreement Number SOFT-00015

AT&T TECHNOLOGIES, INC.
SOFTWARE AGREEMENT

1. AT&T TECHNOLOGIES, INC., a New York corporation ("AT&T"), having an office at 222 Broadway, New York, New York 10038, and INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MACHINES CORPORATION, a New York corporation, having an office at Old Orchard Road, Armonk, New York 10504,

for itself and its SUBSIDIARIES (collectively referred to as "LICENSEE") agree that, after execution of this Agreement by LICENSEE and acceptance of this Agreement by AT&T, the terms and conditions set forth on pages 1 through 6 of this Agreement shall apply to use by LICENSEE of SOFTWARE PRODUCTS that become subject to this Agreement.

2. AT&T makes certain SOFTWARE PRODUCTS available under this Agreement. Each such SOFTWARE PRODUCT shall become subject to this Agreement on acceptance by AT&T of a Supplement executed by LICENSEE that identifies such SOFTWARE PRODUCT and lists the DESIGNATED CPUs therefor. The first Supplement for a specific SOFTWARE PRODUCT shall have attached a Schedule for such SOFTWARE PRODUCT. Any additional terms and conditions set forth in such Schedule shall also apply with respect to such SOFTWARE PRODUCT. Initially, Supplement(s) numbered 1, 2 and 3 -------------------- are included in and made part of this Agreement.

3. Additional Supplements may be added to this Agreement to add additional SOFTWARE PRODUCTS (and DESIGNATED CPUs therefor) or to add or replace DESIGNATED CPUs for other SOFTWARE PRODUCTS covered by previous Supplements. Each such additional Supplement shall be considered part of this Agreement when executed by LICENSEE and accepted by AT&T.

4. This Agreement and its Supplements set forth the entire agreement and understanding between the parties as to the subject matter hereof and merge all prior discussions between them, and neither of the parties shall be bound by any conditions, definitions, warranties, understandings or representations with respect to such subject matter other than as expressly provided herein or as duly set forth on or subsequent to the date of acceptance hereof in writing and signed by a proper and duly authorized representative of the party to be bound thereby. No provision appearing on any form originated by LICENSEE shall be applicable unless such provision is expressly accepted in writing by an authorized representative of AT&T.


INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS
MACHINES CORPORATION

By {signature: R.A. McDonough} 2/1/85
(Signature) (Date)

R.A. McDonough III
(Type or print name)

COUNSEL - SYSTEMS PRODUCT DIV.
(Title)

Accepted by:

AT&T TECHNOLOGIES, INC.

By {signature: illegible} 2-1-85
(Signature) (Date)
for
O. L. WILSON
(Type or print name)

Manager, Software Sales and Marketing
(Title)

I. DEFINITIONS

1.01 CPU means central processing unit.

1.02 COMPUTER PROGRAM means any instruction or instructions, in source-code or object-code format, for controlling the operation of a CPU.

1.03 DESIGNATED CPU means any CPU listed as such for a specific SOFTWARE PRODUCT in a Supplement to this Agreement.

1.04 SOFTWARE PRODUCT means materials such as COMPUTER PROGRAMS, information used or interpreted by COMPUTER PROGRAMS and documentation relating to the use of COMPUTER PROGRAMS. Materials available from AT&T for a specific SOFTWARE PRODUCT are listed in the Schedule for such SOFTWARE PRODUCT.

1.05 SUBSIDIARY of a company means a corporation or other legal entity (i) the majority of whose shares or other securities entitled to vote for election of directors (or other managing authority) is now or hereafter controlled by such company either directly or indirectly; or (ii) the majority of the equity interest in which is now or hereafter owned and controlled by such company either directly or indirectly; but any such corporation or other legal entity shall be deemed to be a SUBSIDIARY of such company only so long as such control or such ownership and control exists.

II. GRANT OF RIGHTS

2.01 AT&T grants to LICENSEE a personal, nontransferable and nonexclusive right to use in the United States each SOFTWARE PRODUCT identified in the one or more Supplements hereto, solely for LICENSEE'S own internal business purposes and solely on or in conjunction with DESIGNATED CPUs for such SOFTWARE PRODUCT. Such right to use includes the right to modify such SOFTWARE PRODUCT and to prepare derivative works based on such SOFTWARE PRODUCT, provided the resulting materials are treated hereunder as part of the original SOFTWARE PRODUCT.

2.02 A single back-up CPU may be used as a substitute for a DESIGNATED CPU without notice to AT&T during any time when such DESIGNATED CPU is inoperative because it is malfunctioning or undergoing repair, maintenance or other modification.

2.03 LICENSEE may at any time notify AT&T in writing of any changes, such as replacements or additions, that LICENSEE wishes to make to the DESIGNATED CPUs for a specific SOFTWARE PRODUCT. AT&T will prepare additional Supplements as required to cover such changes. Changes covered by a Supplement shall become effective after execution of such Supplement by LICENSEE, acceptance thereof by AT&T and, in the case of each additional CPU, receipt by AT&T of the appropriate fee.

2.04 On AT&T's request, but not more frequently than annually, LICENSEE shall furnish to AT&T a statement, certified by an authorized representative of LICENSEE, listing the location, type and serial number of all DESIGNATED CPUs hereunder and stating that the use by LICENSEE of SOFTWARE PRODUCTS subject to this Agreement has been reviewed and that each such SOFTWARE PRODUCT is being used solely on DESIGNATED CPUs (or temporarily on back-up CPUs) for such SOFTWARE PRODUCTS pursuant to the provisions of this Agreement.

2.05 No right is granted by this Agreement for the use of SOFTWARE PRODUCTS directly for others, or for any use of SOFTWARE PRODUCTS by others.

III. DELIVERY

3.01 Within a reasonable time after AT&T receives the fee specified in the first Supplement for a SOFTWARE PRODUCT, AT&T will furnish to LICENSEE one (1) copy of such SOFTWARE PRODUCT in the form identified in the Schedule for such SOFTWARE PRODUCT.

3.02 Additional copies of SOFTWARE PRODUCTS covered by this Agreement will be furnished to LICENSEE after receipt by AT&T of the then-current distribution fee for each such copy.

IV. EXPORT

4.01 LICENSEE agrees that it will not, without the prior written consent of AT&T, export, directly or indirectly, SOFTWARE PRODUCTS covered by this Agreement to any country outside of the United States.

V. FEES AND TAXES

5.01 Within sixty (60) days after acceptance of this Agreement by AT&T, LICENSEE shall pay to AT&T the fees required by the Supplement(s) initially attached hereto for the DESIGNATED CPUs listed in such Supplement(s).

5.02 Within sixty (60) days after acceptance of each additional Supplement by AT&T, LICENSEE shall pay to AT&T any fee required by such additional Supplement for the DESIGNATED CPUs listed in such additional Supplement.

5.03 Payments to AT&T shall be made in United States dollars to AT&T at the address specified in Section 7.11(a).

5.04 LICENSEE shall pay all taxes, including any sales or use tax (and any related interest or penalty), however designated, imposed as a result of the existence or operation of this Agreement, except any income tax imposed upon AT&T by any governmental entity within the United States proper (the fifty (50) states and the District of Columbia). Fees specified in Supplement(s) to this Agreement and in Schedule(s) attached to Supplement(s) are exclusive of any taxes. If AT&T is required to collect a tax to be paid by LICENSEE, LICENSEE shall pay such tax to AT&T on demand.

VI. TERM

6.01 This Agreement shall become effective on and as of the date of acceptance by AT&T.

6.02 LICENSEE may terminate its rights under this Agreement by written notice to AT&T certifying that LICENSEE has discontinued use of and returned or destroyed all copies of SOFTWARE PRODUCTS subject to this Agreement.

6.03 If LICENSEE fails to fulfill one or more of its obligations under this Agreement, AT&T may, upon its election and in addition to any other remedies that it may have, at any time terminate all the rights granted by it hereunder by not less than two (2) months' written notice to LICENSEE specifying any such breach, unless within the period of such notice all breaches specified therein shall have been remedied; upon such termination LICENSEE shall immediately discontinue use of and return or destroy all copies of SOFTWARE PRODUCTS subject to this Agreement.

6.04 In the event of termination of rights under Sections 6.02 or 6.03, AT&T shall have no obligation to refund any amounts paid to it under this Agreement.

6.05 LICENSEE agrees that when a SUBSIDIARY'S relationship to LICENSEE changes so that it is no longer a SUBSIDIARY of LICENSEE, (i) all rights of such former SUBSIDIARY to use SOFTWARE PRODUCTS subject to this Agreement shall immediately cease, and (ii) such former SUBSIDIARY shall immediately discontinue use of and return to LICENSEE or destroy all copies of SOFTWARE PRODUCTS subject to this Agreement. No fees paid to AT&T for use of SOFTWARE PRODUCTS on DESIGNATED CPUs of such former SUBSIDIARIES shall be refunded; however, LICENSEE may substitute other CPUs for such DESIGNATED CPUs in accordance with Section 2.03.

VII. MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS

7.01 Nothing contained herein shall be construed as conferring by implication, estoppel or otherwise any license or right under any patent or trademark. However, in respect of patents under which AT&T can grant rights, AT&T grants to LICENSEE all such rights necessary for the use by LICENSEE, pursuant to the rights granted herein, of SOFTWARE PRODUCTS, except to the extent that such patents apply (i) independently of the use of any such SOFTWARE PRODUCT, (ii) because a DESIGNATED CPU is used in combination with other hardware or (iii) because any such SOFTWARE PRODUCT is modified from the version furnished hereunder to LICENSEE by AT&T or is used in combination with other software.

7.02 This Agreement shall prevail notwithstanding any conflicting terms or legends which may appear in a SOFTWARE PRODUCT.

7.03 AT&T warrants that it is empowered to grant the rights granted hereunder. AT&T makes no other representations or warranties, expressly or impliedly. By way of example but not of limitation, AT&T makes no representations or warranties of merchantability or fitness for any particular purpose, or that the use of any SOFTWARE PRODUCT will not infringe any patent, copyright or trademark. AT&T shall not be held to any liability with respect to any claim by LICENSEE, or a third party on account of, or arising from, the use of any SOFTWARE PRODUCT.

7.04 LICENSEE agrees that it will not, without the prior written permission of AT&T, (i) use in advertising, publicity, packaging, labeling or otherwise any trade name, trademark, trade device, service mark, symbol or any other identification or any abbreviation, contraction or simulation thereof owned by AT&T (or a corporate affiliate thereof) or used by AT&T (or such an affiliate) to identify any of its products or services, or (ii) represent, directly or indirectly, that any product or service of LICENSEE is a product or service of AT&T (or such an affiliate), or is made in accordance with or utilizes any information or documentation of AT&T (or such an affiliate).

7.05 Neither the execution of this Agreement nor anything in it or in any SOFTWARE PRODUCT shall be construed as an obligation upon AT&T to furnish any person, including LICENSEE, any assistance of any kind whatsoever, or any information or documentation other than the SOFTWARE PRODUCTS to be furnished pursuant to Sections 3.01 and 3.02.

7.06 (a) LICENSEE agrees that it shall hold all parts of the SOFTWARE PRODUCTS subject to this Agreement in confidence for AT&T. LICENSEE further agrees that it shall not make any disclosure of any or all of such SOFTWARE PRODUCTS (including methods or concepts utilized therein) to anyone, except to employees of LICENSEE to whom such disclosure is necessary to the use for which rights are granted hereunder. LICENSEE shall appropriately notify each employee to whom any such disclosure is made that such disclosure is made in confidence and shall be kept in confidence by such employee. If information relating to a SOFTWARE PRODUCT subject to this Agreement at any time becomes available without restriction to the general public by acts not attributable to LICENSEE or its employees, LICENSEE'S obligations under this section shall not apply to such information after such time.

(b) Notwithstanding the provisions of Section 7.06(a), LICENSEE may distribute copies of a SOFTWARE PRODUCT, either in modified or unmodified form, to third parties having licenses of equivalent scope herewith from AT&T (or a corporate affiliate thereof) for the same SOFTWARE PRODUCT, provided that LICENSEE first verifies the status of any such third party in accordance with specific instructions issued by AT&T. Such instructions may be obtained on request from AT&T at the correspondence address specified in Section 7.11(b). LICENSEE may also obtain materials based on a SOFTWARE PRODUCT subject to this Agreement, provided that LICENSEE treats such materials as if they were part of such SOFTWARE PRODUCT.

7.07 The obligations of LICENSEE and its employees under Section 7.06(a) shall survive and continue after any termination of rights under this Agreement or cessation of a SUBSIDIARY'S status as a SUBSIDIARY.

7.08 LICENSEE agrees that it will not use SOFTWARE PRODUCTS subject to this Agreement except as authorized herein and that it will not make, have made or permit to be made any copies of such SOFTWARE PRODUCTS except for use on DESIGNATED CPUs for such SOFTWARE PRODUCTS (including backup and archival copies necessary in connection with such use) and for distribution in accordance with Section 7.06(b). Each such copy shall contain the same copyright and/or proprietary notices or notice giving credit to a developer, which appear on or in the SOFTWARE PRODUCT being copied.

7.09 Neither this Agreement nor any rights hereunder, in whole or in part, shall be assignable or otherwise transferable by LICENSEE and any purported assignment or transfer shall be null and void.

7.10 Except as provided in Section 7.06(b), nothing in this Agreement grants to LICENSEE the right to sell, lease or otherwise transfer or dispose of a SOFTWARE PRODUCT in whole or in part.

7.11 (a) Payments to AT&T under this Agreement shall be made payable and sent to:

AT&T TECHNOLOGIES, INC.
P.O. Box 65080
Charlotte, North Carolina 28265
(b) Correspondence with AT&T relating to this Agreement shall be sent to:
AT&T TECHNOLOGIES, INC.
Software Sales and Marketing Organization
P.O. Box 25000
Greensboro, North Carolina 27420
(c) Any payment, statement, notice, request or other communication shall be deemed to be sufficiently given to the addressee and any delivery hereunder deemed made when sent by certified mail addressed to LICENSEE at its office specified in this Agreement or to AT&T at the appropriate address specified in this Section 7.11. Each party to this Agreement may change an address relating to it by written notice to the other party.

7.12 If LICENSEE is not a corporation, all references to LICENSEE'S SUBSIDIARIES shall be deemed deleted.

7.13 The construction and performance of this Agreement shall be governed by the law of the State of New York.

Agreement Number SOFT-00015

Supplement Number 1

AT&T TECHNOLOGIES, INC.
SOFTWARE AGREEMENT SUPPLEMENT

The CPU(s) listed below are hereby made DESIGNATED CPUs for the following
SOFTWARE PRODUCT: UNIX* System V, Release 2.0--------------

subject to the referenced Agreement.

[X] A Schedule for such SOFTWARE PRODUCT is attached to this
Supplement.
[ ] A Schedule for such SOFTWARE PRODUCT was attached to
Supplement No. ________________________.

DESIGNATED CPUs

Location Type Serial No. Source or
Object
Fee

All CPUs that are SOURCE CPUs under the prior January 1, 1982 Software Agreement, as Modified, Between Our Companies Relating to UNIX System V, Release 2.0 and other UNIX Operating Systems, for which agreement this agreement has been substituted. All fees for such CPUs have been paid pursuant to such prior agreement.

[X] This Supplement is attached to and made a part of the referenced Agreement. Execution and acceptance of such Agreement also constitutes execution and acceptance of this Supplement.
[ ] Execution and acceptance of this Supplement follow.

Accepted by:
____________________________

By__________________________
(Signature) (Date)

____________________________
(Type or print name)

____________________________
(Title)

AT&T TECHNOLOGIES, INC.

By__________________________
(Signature) (Date)

____________________________
(Type or print name)

____________________________
(Title)

*UNIX is a trademark of AT&T Bell Laboratories.

O-040184
R-120184
Page 1 of 6

                             Schedule for
                 UNIX* System V, Release 2.0 Version 1
                                  and
     UNIX System V, Release 2.0 Version 1, International Edition**

1.  Fees

    (a)  Right-to-use fees

           (i)  First DESIGNATED CPU (Source)                       $43,000***

          (ii)  Each additional DESIGNATED CPU (Source)             $16,000

         (iii)  Each of third and subsequent DESIGNATED CPUs
                (Source) after initial sublicensing fee has been
                paid

                       1-32 user system                             $ 1,000
                       1-64 user system                             $ 3,500
                       > 64 user system                             $ 7,000
                       (See Notes 1 and 3)

          (iv)  DESIGNATED CPU (Object)                             $ 4,800

                          (See Note 2)

           (v)  Fees listed in items (iii) and (iv) do not
                include a distribution of software.

    (b)  Distribution fee for each additional
         copy                                                       $   400

    (c)  Sublicensing fees (applicable only to
         SUBLICENSED PRODUCT under a Sublicensing
         Agreement)

           (i)  Initial                                             $25,000***

          (ii)  Per-Copy

                1-2 user system                                     $    60
                1-8 user system                                     $   125
                1-16 user system                                    $   500
                1-32 user system                                    $ 1,000
                1-64 user system                                    $ 3,500
                > 64 user system                                    $ 7,000
                (See Notes 1 and 3)


------------
  *UNIX is a trademark of AT&T Bell Laboratories
 **Furnished to LICENSEES outside the United States
***Lower fees may apply to LICENSEES for other versions of UNIX System V


    (d)  Upgrade Fees

                LICENSEES for the following UNIX operating system(s)
                may upgrade those systems for the fees shown:

                  UNIX System V Release 1.0 or Release 1.1          $2,500
                  UNIX System III                                   $3,500

                  Information on upgrade fees for other UNIX operating
                  systems is available upon request.

    (e)  Fees in this schedule are subject to change without notice.

    Notes:

    1.   "User" means a terminal for entry of information and display
         or printing of information, such terminal being serviced on a
         time-sharing basis by a DESIGNATED CPU running UNIX System V,
         Release 2.0 Version 1 or UNIX System V, Release 2.0 Version 1,
         International Edition, or an end-user CPU running a
         SUBLICENSED PRODUCT based on UNIX System V, Release 2.0
         Version 1 or UNIX System V, Release 2.0 Version 1,
         International Edition.  An end-user must not be given the
         ability to increase the number of users supported by a
         SUBLICENSED PRODUCT.

    2.   All of UNIX System V, Release 2.0 Version 1 or UNIX System V, 
         Release 2.0 Version 1, International Edition may be used on or
         in conjunction with a DESIGNATED CPU (Source).  Only the
         materials that may be included in a SUBLICENSED PRODUCT
         pursuant to Section 4 of this Schedule may be used on or in
         conjunction with a DESIGNATED CPU (Object).

    3.   The number of users supported on a DESIGNATED CPU paid for
         under Paragraph 1(a) (iii) or supported by a SUBLICENSED
         PRODUCT may be increased from a lower number to a higher
         number on payment of the difference between the fee stated for
         the lower number and the fee stated for the higher number.

2.  Documentation Furnished

    (a)  Printed Documentation

         Items marked with an asterisk (*) are supplied with UNIX
         System V, Release 2.0 Version 1, International Edition only

         - UNIX System V - System Release Description
         - UNIX System V - Portfolio
         - UNIX System V - User Reference Manual
         - UNIX System V - Administrator Reference Manual
         - UNIX System V - Programmer Reference Manual
         - UNIX System V - Error Message Reference Manual
         - UNIX System V - Programming Guide
         - UNIX System V - Support Tools Guide
         - UNIX System V - Graphics Guide
         - UNIX System V - User Guide
         - UNIX System V - Operator Guide
         - UNIX System V - Administrator Guide
         -*UNIX System V - International Release Description

    (b)  On-Line Documentation

         On-line documentation is provided for the UNIX System User
         Reference Manual, the Administrator Reference Manual and the
         Programmer Reference Manual.

    NOTE:  The printed documentation listed is general in nature and
           not intended to completely describe the COMPUTER PROGRAMS
           listed in Section 3; nor are all COMPUTER PROGRAMS described
           in such documentation necessarily included in the SOFTWARE
           PRODUCT.

3.  COMPUTER PROGRAMS Furnished

    The COMPUTER PROGRAMS listed in this section and the on-line
    documentation listed in Section 2(b) above will be supplied on four
    reels of nine track, 800 BPI (PDP** 11/70 only) or 1600 BPI
    magnetic tape; plus a diagnostic tape for tape transport.

    (a)  Tape Boot Loader and Initial System Load program for copying
         the system software from the distribution tape to the system
         disk.

    (b)  An executable copy of the cpio program.


**PDP is a trademark of Digital Equipment Corporation

    (c)  A physical copy of the root file system.
         Includes the following directories and their associated files:

                                  bck
                                  bin
                                  etc
                                  dev
                                  lib
                                  stand
                                  tmp

    (d)  The root file system in cpio format.
         Includes the following directories and their associated files:

                                  bck
                                  bin
                                  etc
                                  dev
                                  lib
                                  stand
                                  tmp

    (e)  The /usr file system in cpio format.  Includes the following
         subdirectories and their associated lower level subdirectories
         and files:

                  adm            include            news
                  bin            lib                preserve
                  catman         lost + found       pub
                  games          mail               spool
                                                    tmp

    (f)  Source code for the RJE software includes the RJE make file
         (rje.mk) and the following directories and their associated
         files:

                                 lib
                                 send.d
                                 src
                                 util
                                 vpm

    (g)  Source code for the graphics software.
         Includes the graphics make file (graf.mk) and the following
         directories and their associated files and subdirectories:

                                  include
                                  lib
                                  src

    (h)  Source code of the system software includes top level make
         commands and the following directories and their associated
         subdirectories and files:

                                  cmd
                                  games
                                  head
                                  lib
                                  stand
                                  uts

Note:    The "crypt" command and associated documentation are not
         included in UNIX System V, Release 2.0 Version 1,
         International Edition.

4.  Sublicensing (under a Sublicensing Agreement)

    A SUBLICENSED PRODUCT based on UNIX System V, Release 2.0 Version 1
    or UNIX System V, Release 2.0 Version 1, International Edition, may
    include:

    (a)  Copies of the documents listed in Section 2 of this schedule.

    (b)  COMPUTER PROGRAMS in object-code format.  All COMPUTER
         PROGRAMS may be treated as object-code except for files and
         subdirectories under directory /usr/src.

         Also, the following files in the /usr/src/cmd/spell directory

                   American                  hash make
                   British                   list
                   extra                     htempl
                   list                      local
                   hash check

NOTE:    Run-time Libraries

         Routines from the following run-time libraries may be included
         in customer-developed application software without payment of
         a sublicensing fee to AT&T.

         Standard C Library                  /lib/libc.a
         Math Library                        /lib/libm.a
         Object File Access Library          /lib/libld.a
         Fortran Library                     /usr/lib/libF77.a

5.  Other Software

    The products listed below may be used in the United States on
    DESIGNATED CPUs for UNIX System V, Release 2.0 Version 1 and
    sublicensed for use in the United States as if they were that
    product.  The products may be used outside the United States on
    DESIGNATED CPUs for UNIX System V, Release 2.0 Version 1,
    International Edition and sublicensed for use outside the United
    States as if they were that product.  Only those products marked
    with a pound symbol (#) may be shipped outside the United States by
    AT&T.  Versions of such products, except those marked with an
    asterisk (*), are available from AT&T for various types of CPUs at
    $400 per copy.

     UNIX System V, Release 2.0 Version 1
    #UNIX System V, Release 1.0, International Edition
    #UNIX System V, Release 2.0 Version 1, International Edition
     UNIX System V, Release 1.0
     UNIX System V, Release 1.1
     UNIX System III
     UNIX 32V Time-Sharing System, Version 1.0
     UNIX Time-Sharing System, Seventh Edition
    *UNIX Time-Sharing System, Sixth Edition
     UNIX Programmer's Workbench System, Edition 1.0
    *UNIX Mini Time-Sharing System, Version 6

6.  Time Sharing

    UNIX System V, Release 2.0 Version 1 or UNIX System V, Release 2.0
    Version 1, International Edition, may be used on a DESIGNATED CPU
    for such SOFTWARE PRODUCT to furnish a time-sharing service to
    third parties.  A SUBLICENSED PRODUCT based on UNIX System V,
    Release 2.0 Version 1 or UNIX System V, Release 2.0 Version 1,
    International Edition, may also be used to furnish a time-sharing
    service to third parties.

Agreement Number SOFT-00015

Supplement Number 2

AT&T TECHNOLOGIES, INC.
SOFTWARE AGREEMENT SUPPLEMENT

The CPU(s) listed below are hereby made DESIGNATED CPUs for the following
SOFTWARE PRODUCT: UNIX* Documenter's Workbench** Software--

subject to the referenced Agreement.

[X] A Schedule for such SOFTWARE PRODUCT is attached to this
Supplement.
[ ] A Schedule for such SOFTWARE PRODUCT was attached to
Supplement No. ________________________.

DESIGNATED CPUs

Location Type Serial No. Source or
Object
Fee

All CPUs that are SOURCE CPUs under the prior January 1, 1982 Software Agreement, as Modified, Between Our Companies Relating to UNIX System V, Release 2.0 and other UNIX Operating Systems, for which agreement this agreement has been substituted. All fees for such CPUs have been paid pursuant to such prior agreement.

[X] This Supplement is attached to and made a part of the referenced Agreement. Execution and acceptance of such Agreement also constitutes execution and acceptance of this Supplement.
[ ] Execution and acceptance of this Supplement follow.

Accepted by:
____________________________

By__________________________
(Signature) (Date)

____________________________
(Type or print name)

____________________________
(Title)

AT&T TECHNOLOGIES, INC.

By__________________________
(Signature) (Date)

____________________________
(Type or print name)

____________________________
(Title)

*UNIX is a trademark of AT&T Bell Laboratories.
**Documenter's Workbench is a trademark of AT&T Technologies.



                             Schedule for
UNIX* Documenter's Workbench** Software
April 1, 1984

1. Fees

(a) Right-to-use fees

(i) First CPU $ 4,000

(ii) Each additional CPU $ 2,000

(b) Sublicensing fees (applicable only to SUBLICENSED PRODUCT under a Sublicensing Agreement)

(i) Initial $ 3,000

(ii) Per-Copy

1-2 user system $ 10
1-8 user system $ 15
1-16 user system $ 30
1-32 user system $ 45
1-64 user system $ 125
> 64 user system $ 250
(See Notes 1 and 2)

(c) Fees in this schedule are subject to change without notice.

Notes:

1. "User" means a terminal for entry of information and display or printing of information, such terminal being serviced on a time-sharing basis by an end-user CPU running a SUBLICENSED PRODUCT based on Documenter's Workbench Software. An end-user must not be given the ability to increase the number of users supported by a SUBLICENSED PRODUCT.

-----------------------
* UNIX is a trademark of AT&T Bell Laboratories
** Documenter's Workbench is a trademark of AT&T Technologies.

2. The number of users supported by a SUBLICENSED PRODUCT may be increased from a lower number to a higher number on payment of the difference between the fee stated for the lower number and the fee stated for the higher number.

2. Documentation Furnished

(a) Printed Documentation

- UNIX Documenter's Workbench Software System Release Description 1.0
- UNIX Documenter's Workbench Software Introduction and Reference Manual
- UNIX Documenter's Workbench Text Formatters Reference
- UNIX Documenter's Workbench Software Macro Packages Reference
- UNIX Documenter's Workbench Software Preprocessors Reference
- UNIX Documenter's Workbench Software MM Quick Reference
- UNIX Documenter's Workbench Software Text Processing Quick Reference

(b) On-Line Documentation

- UNIX Documenter's Workbench Software Introduction and Reference Manual
- UNIX Documenter's Workbench Software Text Formatters Reference
- UNIX Documenter's Workbench Software Macro Packages Reference
- UNIX Documenter's Workbench Software Preprocessors Reference

Note: The printed documentation listed in 2(a) is general in nature and not intended to completely describe the COMPUTER PROGRAMS listed in Section 3; nor are all COMPUTER PROGRAMS described in such documentation necessarily included in the SOFTWARE PRODUCT.

3. Computer Programs Furnished

The on-line documentation listed in section 2(b) and the COMPUTER PROGRAMS listed in Section 3 will be supplied on one reel of nine track, 1600 BPI magnetic tape (or on one reel of nine track, 800 BPI magnetic tape for PDP*** 11/70 only).

--------------

***PDP is a trademark of Digital Equipment Corporation.

All text and programs included in the following directories and subdirectories and associated files:

catman/u_man
catman/a_man
catman/p_man
src/cmd/text

4. Sublicensing (under a Sublicensing Agreement)

A SUBLICENSED PRODUCT may include:

(a) Copies of the documents listed in Section 2 of this schedule.

(b) COMPUTER PROGRAMS referenced in Section 3 of this schedule in object-code format only.

Agreement Number SOFT-00015

Supplement Number 3

AT&T TECHNOLOGIES, INC.
SOFTWARE AGREEMENT SUPPLEMENT

The CPU(s) listed below are hereby made DESIGNATED CPUs for the following
SOFTWARE PRODUCT: 370 DEVELOPMENT SYSTEM V-----------------

subject to the referenced Agreement.

[X] A Schedule for such SOFTWARE PRODUCT is attached to this
Supplement.
[ ] A Schedule for such SOFTWARE PRODUCT was attached to
Supplement No. ________________________.

DESIGNATED CPUs

Location Type Serial No. Source or
Object
Fee
INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS
MACHINES CORPORATION
220 Las Colinas Boulevard
Irving, Texas 75062
IBM 4331-11 14439 SOURCE $16,000

{Note from transcriber: the figure in the "Fee" column was originally $40,000. That figure was scratched out by hand and replaced by the $16,000 figure, with initials in the margin. The initials may be "SFY". They are not very legible, and don't appear to correspond to either of the signatures on the first page.

The serial number appears to have been scratched out and replaced as well, but the replacement is not legible.}

[X] This Supplement is attached to and made a part of the referenced Agreement. Execution and acceptance of such Agreement also constitutes execution and acceptance of this Supplement.
[ ] Execution and acceptance of this Supplement follow.

Accepted by:
____________________________

By__________________________
(Signature) (Date)

____________________________
(Type or print name)

____________________________
(Title)

AT&T TECHNOLOGIES, INC.

By__________________________
(Signature) (Date)

____________________________
(Type or print name)

____________________________
(Title)

                            Schedule for
                    370 DEVELOPMENT SYSTEM V


1.  Fees

    (a)  Right-to-use fees

            (i)  First DESIGNATED CPU                             $43,000

           (ii)  Each additional DESIGNATED CPU                   $16,000
 
          (iii)  Each of third and subsequent DESIGNATED CPUs
                 after initial sublicensing fee has been paid

                           1-32 user system                       $ 1,000
                           1-64 user system                       $ 3,500
                            >65 user system                       $ 7,000
                           (See Notes 1 and 2)

    (b) Sublicensing fees (applicable only to
        SUBLICENSED PRODUCTS under a Sublicensing
        Agreement)

            (i) Initial                                           $25,000

           (ii)  Per-Copy

                 1-2  user system                                 $    60
                 1-8  user system                                 $   125
                 1-16 user system                                 $   500
                 1-32 user system                                 $ 1,000
                 1-64 user system                                 $ 3,500
                  >64 user system                                 $ 7,000
                 (See Notes 1 and 2)

Notes:

1.  "User" means a terminal for entry of information and display
    or printing of information, such terminal being serviced on a
    time-sharing basis by a DESIGNATED CPU running 370 Development
    System V or an end-user CPU running a SUBLICENSED PRODUCT
    based on 370 Development System V.  An end-user must not be
    given the ability to increase the number of users supported
    by a SUBLICENSED PRODUCT.

2.  The number of users supported on a DESIGNATED CPU paid for under
    Paragraph 1(a) (iii) or supported by a SUBLICENSED PRODUCT may
    be increased from a lower number to a higher number on payment
    of the difference between the fee stated for the lower number
    and the fee stated for the higher number.

*UNIX is a trademark of AT&T Bell Laboratories.










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