On Fri, 6 May 2005, James McCarthy wrote:
> is this a bad idea or is the licence for RHEL3 allow this?
RHEL3, except for one or two RPMs, is collectively licenced under the
GPL. Most of the packages are GPL, and the rest are mostly also
So, other than a few RPMs, yes you can.
Your support contract with RedHat OTOH, is a different matter. (And
contains penalty clauses if you grossly misreport the number of
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Boycott meat -- suck your thumb.
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