> This is talking about the *source*. Charge what you like for binary > distribution, as long as you make the code available to those who have > the binaries. How do you think the likes of RedHat can charge $60 for > their current Linux distribution? Charge for support, value added > features, etc. Or do things the SuSE way and include some non-GPL > installer/admin software that directs the proceedings and prevents > anyone making their own SuSE based distro. That's an interesting way of looking at it. We've been working on a modified version of VNC, to get thru firewalls and do a couple of other things. We aren't selling it, because the way we read the license all we can do is charge for support.
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