On Tuesday 23 September 2003 13:10, Paul Iadonisi wrote:
I am not a Red Hat employee or a lawyer, but I think you would be
in violation of Red Hat's contract for RHEL if you did that.
(Whether or not Red Hat's contract violates the GPL *has* been
brought up in other forums, but I think the fact that complete
sources are available may be sufficient. In fact, the company even
provides the sources to the non-GPL pieces that isn't required by
most of the other licenses.)
I don't think it's RHEL's license in question, but what about RHN's?
Isn't it RHN's license that states if you have one hooked up, you must
have all, or is it RHEL's?
Jesse Keating RHCE MCSE
Mondo DevTeam (http://www.microwerks.net/~hugo/
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