Chuck Wolber chuckw at
Fri Nov 7 18:35:55 UTC 2003

> The word I had posted previously (that I had received from RedHat Sales)
> was that if you buy one Enterprise License you can't install the same
> software on another machine. Understanding that one could not get
> support on the second machine what we can't understand is this; If the
> Enterprise products are being sold under a GPL license (except for the
> proprietary IBM component) how can RedHat say you can't install the
> Enterprise product on as many machines as you want?

They can't. The only restriction they can place is in the use of their 
trademarks and non-GPL'd code. Remove all of that and you've got a freely 
redistributable product. Check out:


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