If I don’t have an EULA, can I just display a general license? [closed]

I wrote a library in Python and I want to have an EULA and agreement box to pop up upon opening the program for the first time, but I don’t have a lawyer. I don’t know much about terms and conditions, licensing, privacy policies, etc. I picked around on the web and I decided to use the LGPL 3.0 license (Lesser General Public License 3.0). Is it okay if I display that upon startup instead of an actual EULA to make sure people using the library understand redistribution priveleges? But then if I do that, how do I present who owns the original version of the software? It’s all a jumbled mess and I don’t know what to do.


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