don_springall at hotmail.com
Mon Nov 28 19:26:39 UTC 2005
> > Anyone can add repo's to yum now in /etc/yum.repos.d. A lot of people do
> > this to add missing codecs from alternate repositories to play things
> > MP3 files. Last I heard Fedora was supporting Yum. They just don't want
> > be party to providing links to sites that may have legal entanglements
> > themselves. They leave that up to the users of yum. How would a tool
> > this be any different ?
>if you package and include that list of repos in a package provided from
>fedora core/extras then it is contributory infringement
No one said anything about getting Fedora/extras to package a list of
alternate repo's that might contribute to infringement. Just a Gui for
adding repos was suggested. Something like what is available now in extras
such as kyum-0.7.5-1.
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