>> Wasn't YaST *always* non-redistributable until recently? I remember
>> stories about the non-free nature of SuSE from waaay back.
>For at least as long as I can remember, YaST and other components whose
>copyrights were freely redistributable as long as it was not "for value".
>(Recently, Novell issued the new release under GPLv2.)
In SuSE you can't find a lot of propietary packets (Java, and much
more), so you can't redistribute a cd image, for example. You should
read the license for every packet.
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