On Tue, Feb 16, 2010 at 04:48:47PM +0900, Martin Killmann wrote:
I'm unsure whether this is the right place to ask, if not, please point
me in the right direction.
We're a server company that sells Linux systems from embedded to big iron,
and we also offer Fedora preinstalled on customer request.
Now, the question is whether there are licensing issues we can run into
when offering Fedora preinstallation, support and other services.
Are there any parts of the distribution that are critical, such as
I'm unclear on whether you're asking about licensing of the software
in Fedora itself, or whether you're concerned about licensing of the
Fedora trademarks themselves in connection with your offering. I'll
try to help you out with the latter.
We have a complete set of trademark guidelines that cover the use of
Fedora trademarks for OEM pre-installs of unmodified Fedora software
However, if you are adding other software not found in Fedora directly
to the system during pre-installation, or otherwise modifying Fedora
software, these guidelines apply:
Please reply to the list if you have any further questions.
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