On Tue, 4 May 2004, Michele Neylon :: Blacknight Solutions wrote:
> If you read over all that it becomes very clear that you can
> repackage SRPMS from RedHat,
And RPMs, the GPL grants the right to redistribute those too. So if
any RHEL users would care to put them up on a site somewhere..
(the GPL does not require you to provide binaries though, hence why
RH only make SRPMs publically available).
> but you cannot claim that they are Redhat ie. Use the name or its
Yep. Normal everyday use of trademark law.
> Mr Michele Neylon
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