Important. You need to read this.
uniCenta reserves its rights given under the terms of the GNU GPL version 3 license as to whether or not we make our source code publicly available.
We completely embrace the four founding principals of the GNU GPLv3 license shown below – lifted directly from www.gnu.org site.
If you are not clear what these conditions are you should take time to read and understand them because just as they affect us they will affect you too.
These are the four Foundations of the GPL
Nobody should be restricted by the software they use. There are four freedoms that every user should have:
- the freedom to use the software for any purpose,
- the freedom to change the software to suit your needs,
- the freedom to share the software with your friends and neighbors, and
- the freedom to share the changes you make.
When a program offers users all of these freedoms, we call it free software.
Since 2010 uniCenta has helped thousands of businesses, from small family run restaurants to multi-branch stores, all around the world enjoy the benefits of Point Of Sale.
Dealers and Resellers of many kinds are adding value to their business and Developers have found they don’t have to start building a POS solution from scratch.
Version 3.60 is due to be released in mid-March 2014 – it has over 30 bug-fixes, enhancements and new reports.
Latest stable release
This is latest run-time release version of uniCenta oPOS
- 3.56 – Windows, Linux and Mac OSX 2 December 2013
* Files are currently stored on the uniCenta oPOS Sourceforge project server
Direct download of uniCenta oPOS source code is temporarily suspended whilst we finish our new site.Request Download link
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No warranty of any kind is given or implied nor any claim for consequential loss, usefulness, suitability of purpose nor improper use of uniCenta oPOS or associated software or views expressed herein is accepted and that it is entirely the responsibility of the user to determine its appropriateness.
In other words; If you choose to use uniCenta oPOS the risk is all yours.