According to the Software Freedom Law Center (SFLC, the party handling BusyBox’s lawsuit campaign), the latest company to come to the negotiations table is mobile networking hardware maker Xterasys.

The terms of the agreement between the two parties haven’t been fully disclosed. However, it is known that Xterasys will stop the distribution of BusyBox until the SFLC confirms that the company is in full compliance with the GPL. In addition, the defendant will also have to pay BusyBox for all the trouble. The sum remains a secret for the time being.

BusyBox is a lightweight set of standard Unix utilities used in embedded systems. The software is licensed under the GPLv2, which allows developers to distribute the application free of charge. However, the same GPLv2 clearly states that third-party users are required to publish the source code for any changes they make.

SFLC stated that the infringing companies are contacted and informed before the lawsuit are being filed.