1.1. Legal notices and support status

IMPORTANT LEGAL NOTE

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Example code end-user license agreement (EULA)

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Disclaimer

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Support status

Please note that ARM does not provide support on the use of GNU tools or Linux. The information provided here is given for your reference only. We can provide limited support for the instructions in this document to customers with a valid RealView tools support contract with us. However, we suggest that in the first instance you discuss your issue in one of the various public forums, such as the comp.sys.arm newsgroup.Alternatively you may prefer to contact CodeSourcery, who can provide paid support and assistance on the GNU tools or accept defect reports. Further information is available from CodeSourcery's GNU toolchain page at: http://www.codesourcery.com/gnu_toolchains/arm/ CodeSourcery also provide a mailing list for queries on the ARM GNU toolchain. Details of how to subscribe to this list can be found on the CodeSourcery website.

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