begin Gavin McCullagh quotation:
> To be perfectly honest, that in itself would put me off suse, but if
> you're decided on using suse then good luck in your search, might be
> easiest to find someone who has it and copy their CD.
If by "their CD" you mean one of the "evaluation" versions, which may
be freely duplicated but not sold for profit, then this is perfectly
fine. On the IA32 architecture, these are currently available for SuSE
releases through 7.0. Those should not be confused with the parallel
series of "live-eval" versions, which run from CD-ROM, only.
By contrast, if you are talking about some or all of the CDs in
someone's SuSE boxed set, duplicating those violates SuSE's copyright
terms for YaST/YaST2 (and very likely other things, as the multi-CD
boxed set includes quite a lot of not-freely-distributable proprietary
Cheers, The Viking's Reminder:
Rick Moen Pillage first, _then_ burn.
rick at linuxmafia.com
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