Re: Security in NON-US Woody Distribution.
On Tue, 11 Jun 2002 18:55:54 +1200
"arthur_dent" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Is it because Debian provides source code to their programs which is
> under export restriction from the U.S.?
> If so, does that mean that anyone wishing to use some form of high
> Encryption outside of the U.S. would be forced by default into using
> MS products, because they dont make the source available?
No they're not. There are some debian mirrors outside the USA that
contain all the crypto stuff, free for all to apt-get.
> Academic interest only, as I'm not intending to be arranging any big
> servers, but I prefer to use Konqueror because it runs a lot quicker
> than Mozilla on my laptop.
If you want kde with crypto support, just apt-get kdebase-crypto.
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