This has been debated here on and off over the years, with varying
interpretations of varying SuSE statements. I just now started
installing SuSE 9.3 on a box and the license clearly states that you
may make and distribute, within and without your organisation,
unlimited copies, as long as there is no consideration involved, and as
long as it's not in conjunction with the supply of any hardware or
Does "no consideration involved" mean that you can't give me a couple
of shekels for the media I used? I don't know, and I don't much care.
Doubtless some wearers of the pants will jump in here.
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