Installing fedora at school

Anthony E. Greene tony at greene-family.org
Mon Jan 31 23:59:52 UTC 2005


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On 29-Jan-2005/00:44 -0500, Gene Heskett <gene.heskett at verizon.net> wrote:
>
>The only thing thats really unusual about the GPL is that you ARE free 
>to copy it and give it away as many times as you can find takers for, 
>AND if you improve it AND deploy that improvement off the premises, 
>then you are also bound to GIVE those improvements away to anyone who 
>asks, for not more than a small fee to cover the cost of the media 
>you put it on, and your time to record that media.
[snip]

Actually, you only have to make the code available to anyone to whom you
provided the binary. That may seem like a small point, but it allows
individuals and organizations to use GPL'd software as a base for modified
internal-use-only versions.

Tony
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