get in contact with dianemo if you need a commercial license.I don't need a commercial license. I plan on using LinuxMCE for home use.
I'm a programmer who has been using unix and perl for 10 years and finally have a little time on my hand to work on my home automation. I am reviewing many software packages and feel like LinuxMCE has many benefits. However, as the OP stated in a very rude manner, I'm not sure I want to spend more time on administration than I have too.
I did notice that there hasn't been a release in a few years (or maybe I am wrong on this). When I saw the response regarding the license issue, I just thought it might be nice to get some background so I would understand the development better. I don't want to start using something that might not be around in the future or won't continue to be developed because of licensing issues. I'm also a newb when in comes to licensing :-)