On Thu, May 30, 2002 at 03:28:24PM +0100, Ciaran Mac Lochlainn wrote:
> Q- Will users be able to download free versions of UnitedLinux for
> non-commercial uses, similar to how Linux is freely available today?
>> A- Yes, UnitedLinux sources will be made available for free download as
> soon as version 1 is released.
i don't know about connectiva, but the other three companies have had
poor track records supporting free software. caldera's ransom love has
bemoaned free software in the past. suse has several non-free bits -
i think yast is still not free. and turbo linux has not released it's
clustering code afaik.
i dunno, no matter how one feels about redhat, their commitment to free
software has been rather consistent.
kevin at suberic.net if you're not part of the solution,
fork()'ed on 37058400 you're part of the precipitate.
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