Back in the days of arguing about the SUSE license terms and whether
distribution of CDs was allowed, I seem to recall something about RHEL.
What I understood was that, while a purchaser of RHEL was required to have
an RHN subscription for each machine on which they ran RHEL, they could
install it on a machine outside of their company without a subscription
being required for that machine. Can anyone confirm if that is correct or
where I might have heard of it?
Conor Daly <conor.daly at oceanfree.net>
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