Quoting Rory Browne (rory.browne at gmail.com):
> From http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/distribute.html>> You may also distribute Adobe Reader on a CD or any other physical
> media as long as you accept the terms and conditions of the electronic
> Adobe Reader Distribution Agreement.
>> That's one down. Three more to go.
Unfortunately, licences apply to _instances_ of codebases (and other
works under copyright). To read what rights accompany the Acroread
instance bundled into SUSE Linux 9.3 Professional Edition, one would
logically need to look at the Acroread instance in SUSE Linux 9.3
Professional Edition (and any accompanying statements from its copyright
That is what I did concerning 9.1, as previously described -- and, at
that time, Adobe Systems went out of their way to clarify that they were
NOT granting the right of public redistribution. It's likewise what
I'll be doing with 9.3, as soon as I get my CD set.
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