>> It is *not* a licence to run the code, you have that the moment you
>> have the CD by virtue of the GPL, as well as ability to freely
>> distribute the CD (presuming of course, those two RPMs were removed
>> from the CD before copying).
Yo yo, check it out.
I found references to redhat in other packages.
example is squirrelmail.
I have (had) centos4, and use(d) squirrelmail on my old domain.
the front page clearly mentions "provided by Redhat" or something like that.
I remember seeeing redhat is other places too, surely they should be
do those things not count? I'm asking as I do not know.
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