The licensing agreement you referred to was a generic license that users click on download. The click through license specific for FSP when you extract it gives the user more capability... Could you check if that meets your need?
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This license still looks problematical to me. Couple that with the fact that the Haswell MRC is still not generally available from Intel and I'm a bit concerned.
If I build a coreboot image with FSP, am I allowed to put it on dropbox for others to try out? Not clear at all!
And, "one backup copy"? Do the people who wrote this understand how things in this world work?
This is progress, and Intel gets closer every time, but they're still not there in my view.