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Re: 7.3, 9, then Fedora? (was Compiling kernel rpm)



On Sun, 2005-01-16 at 07:56, Ed Wilts wrote:
> [snip]
> > Can I put the distro on more than one box, or are their user licences?
> 
> There are always licenses but some are more open than others.  With
> Fedora, you can install as many copies as you want and do pretty much
> whatever you want to do with the results just like you could with the
> earlier Red Hat Linux releases.  With RHEL, there are restrictions since
> it's subscription-based and you're buying a support contract with each
> subscription..  The license is online at redhat.com.  Essentially you
> need to purchase one copy per system.  For the various rebuilds (Tao,
> etc.) you can install as many as you want without charge.

Thanks for all the extra info, Stu and Ed.

What do you mean by "rebuilds"? Where can I find more info on Tao, and
rebuilds?

We would love to purchase one copy of RHEL and then somehow distribute
it to other machines without violating licences.

Blair.
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