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redistribute sudo from disks



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Hello, 

I am not a lawyer and I was curious about a possible conflict with RH
licensing...and since I have no intention of running afoul of RH
licensing I thought I'd appeal to the list for some insight.


I have a product that pushes packages out to clients on a network...the
product runs on a RHEL3 machine.  One of the packages it can potentially
push out is "sudo".  So I wanted to put the sudo rpm in a directory so
that the software could push it to RHEL3 clients when the sysadmin
requested it.  However I was thinking that this might be considered
redistribution of RH package.  If that is the case that is fine it will
then be up to the sysadmin to deal with getting it for the clients.
However if this does fall within the scope of RH licensing then I would
prefer to have the package already sitting there and take that
responsibility away from the sysadmin.

Any thoughts?




- -- 
nathan
nathan_at_lagerbottom_dot_com

Linux: the choice of a GNU generation!
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