[Sorry for double post, previously, I've only sent the answer to
Harikiran and not to the list.]
I am quite sure there is no violation in that (but I'm not in any way
authorized to decide that).
However I'm wondering, why you use such an old Fedora version, when
Fedora 18 is the latest recent stable release.
Dne 14.5.2013 07:32, Harikiran Enna napsal(a):
Hi Fedora Team,
I am a student studying Masters in Computer Science at one of the
universities in Minnesota, USA. As part of a starred paper for the
university, I wanted to perform some oracle database performance tests
on fedora operating system.
For this purpose, I have downloaded Fedora 14 (free software from web )
and installed my Oracle Database software for performing some
performance tests. I have included my test results in my paper with
mention of using Fedora 14 operating system. My university may decide
to publish the paper and I would like to make sure that my university
publishing my paper would not conflict with Fedora 14 license agreement.
I have the following information in my system when I do "uname -a".
Linux hari 188.8.131.52-45.fc14.i686 #1 SMP Mon Oct 18 23:56:17 UTC 2010
i686 i686 i386 GNU/Linux
your suggestions would be a great help.
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