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Re: An official trademark policy for CheapBytes-type RHL CDs?

On Sun, 17 Aug 2003 07:27:03 -0700 (PDT)
"James J. Ramsey" <jjramsey_6x9eq42 yahoo com> wrote:

> --- Charles Bronson <packetgeek chuckiechanboys com>
> wrote:
> > 
> > AFAIR Red Hat's big issue with alternate provider
> > CD's having the Red Hat 
> > name/logo on them was that they(Red Hat) were
> > getting too many consumers 
> > expecting free tech support with their "official"
> > disc's.
> And this will no longer be an issue because there will
> be no more official CDs. The problem will be finding
> the unofficial ones.
> The problem is this. Say I'm a Red Hat user without
> broadband or a CD-writer. I try to find a way to get
> the latest Red Hat 10 CDs. Since Red Hat won't be
> selling Red Hat 10 via retail, my *only* alternatives
> will be to find a friend who can burn CDs or to get
> the  CDs from CheapBytes, CheepLinux, etc. How am I
> expected to know that Pink Tie 10, Blue Jacket 10,
> etc., are just Red Hat 10 is disguise? Am I expected
> to rely on the grapevine alone?

To my knowledge there will still be official CDs for RedHat 10. They
will be sold in the so called "RedHat Magazine".

"And any time that you have the Pope and the Dixie Chicks against you, 
your time is up."    ---  Michael Moore about George W. Bush

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