My company is about to launch a commercial product, said product consists of an embedded Linux computer running custom software and talking to custom hardware.
My understanding is that the GPL license that Linux and other aspects of our system are licensed under requires us to make the license text and any GPL licensed source code available to our customers should they request it.
This is incredibly unlikely to happen (given the industry we work in) and we haven't made any changes to the Linux kernel or any other OSS we use in the product. Is adding the following text to the box manual enough to meet our obligations under the GPL?
[PRODUCT] utilises some software components released under the GNU GPL, GNU LGPL and other open source licenses, for details on licenses or to be send a copy of source code please contact support@[company] with your request.
Obviously if someone was to contact us then we'd send them the necessary information/source code as required by the license.