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ROCm™ is released by Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. and is licensed per component separately. The following table is a list of ROCm components with links to their respective license terms. These components may include third party components subject to additional licenses. Please review individual repositories for more information. The table shows ROCm components, the name of license and link to the license terms. The table is ordered to follow ROCm’s manifest file.
Open sourced ROCm components are released via public GitHub repositories, packages on https://repo.radeon.com and other distribution channels. Proprietary products are only available on https://repo.radeon.com. Currently, only one component of ROCm, rocm-llvm-alt is governed by a proprietary license. Proprietary components are organized in a proprietary subdirectory in the package repositories to distinguish from open sourced packages.
The additional terms and conditions below apply to your use of ROCm technical documentation.
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AQL Profiler and AOCC CPU optimization are both provided in binary form, each
subject to the license agreement enclosed in the directory for the binary and is
/opt/rocm/share/doc/rocm-llvm-alt/EULA. By using, installing,
copying or distributing AQL Profiler and/or AOCC CPU Optimizations, you agree to
the terms and conditions of this license agreement. If you do not agree to the
terms of this agreement, do not install, copy or use the AQL Profiler and/or the
AOCC CPU Optimizations.
For the rest of the ROCm packages, you can find the licensing information at the
For example, you can fetch the licensing information of the
component (Code Object Manager) from the
amd_comgr folder. A file named
LICENSE.txt contains the license details at: