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Re: about anaconda



Fine.. get a lawyer. Otherwise you really don't know if your logic is
legal or not. Or contact the FSF and have them tell you their stand on
trademark law.

By the way, the redhat-logos package is not GPL so you need to
redistribute it under whatever license that Red Hat wishes you to. 

On Mon, 2002-12-23 at 09:00, John wrote:

> According to Red Hat, "The following copyright applies to the Red Hat
> Linux compilation and any portions of Red Hat Linux it does not conflict
> with. Whenever this policy does conflict with the copyright of any
> individual portion of Red Hat Linux, it does not apply."
> 
> Both these statements are in the document "GPL" on Valhalla, disk 1
> 
> The GPL gurantees my right to redistribute subject software altered or
> unaltered, for fee or not, and it's that right I wish to exercise.
> 
> Matt's reference to Apache is irrelevant because Apache isn't GPL
> software whereas Red Hat Linux is.
> 
> Then saying I cannot call the software I installed from unoffical CDs
> "Red Hat Linux" is as sensible as saying I cannot call Matt "Matt."
> 
> I'm one among many who has contributed more to Red Hat than I'd ever
> have done by payment of licence fees, and I feel very badly done by. 
> 
> -- 
> Please, reply only to the list.
> 
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