Since ages the Software Licence Agreement is one thing which 99% of users never read. The reason for this is because it's hundreds of lines and written in a vague manner.
In case it can be provided in an interactive way like,
Approach is to make the users know about the conditions imposed in the agreement which the users skip.
The gist of the each rule section can be provided as a checkbox which the user has to check for the install button to be enabled. (Thereby he/she understands the rules of agreement to some extent).
"more..." link can be given which opens another window which in turn provides the detailed information for that particular gist.
Is this approach okay or is it against any rules of Software Licence Agreement?