I have an embedded Linux PoC device that has been developed and designed in house to help produce a product that is then sold. The device weighs produce then etches a marker on the bottle indicating the date, time and some other information.
The in-house embedded Linux device runs some custom binaries to perform its job. Within these services there are some libraries that leverage MIT licensed code.
Before actually using this device for anything beyond the PoC (and starting to write my own libraries completely non-derived from MIT ones) I wanted to know;
How (if required) would I have a copy of the MIT license available?
Normally this would be referenced in the documentation for the device, but I am not selling the device nor does it even have documentation. I cannot believe that I would have to list the MIT license on the etched bottle either. If it does need to be displayed somewhere where? I cannot imagine that Coca Cola has zero MIT code in any of their production plants - how do they apply MIT in these situations?