Niall stated the following on Wed, Mar 15, 2000 at 01:34:02PM +0000 :
> On Wed, Mar 15, 2000 at 12:48:40PM +0000, Colin Whittaker wrote:
>> > > can anyone confirm or deny whether unison are using a stock kernel or a
> > > modded one? and if modified, has anyone asked unison (particularly a
> > > unison customer) asked them for the source?
> > ask netgem
>> Wrong answer. If you distribute GPLed software, you must provide the source
> or make it available, and you must show those who receive the software the
> terms of the GPL so that they know their rights under it. This means that
> the boy in Powercity has to tell me of my rights under the GPL when I buy a
> Unison box. Pigs might fly . . . (and the way cloning is going, they may
> well :-) )
So if I buy a boxset of some distro in a bookstore, the bookstore is
responsible for explaining my rights under the gpl to me?
seems wrong somehow
May a Misguided Platypus lay its Eggs in your Jockey Shorts
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