Re: Prices for licenses
Just ask Richard about the GPL compatibilty with proprietary code.....
...or read the source ;-) (say the licence GPL)
this is I think the best aswer you can have ;-)
"J.A. Bezemer" a écrit :
> On Fri, 8 Oct 1999, Eleonore Borchert wrote:
> > Hello,
> > I've read on your web page the information, that everybody has the
> > license to create an own CD with components of DEBIAN LINUX without any
> > costs.
> > I will do a similiar thing, and I want to get the information, whether I
> > can do this also without any costs:
> > we want to develop a high sophisticated communication product based on
> > LINUX. Therefore we need the following components included:
> > - WEB-server /FTP-server
> Apache and wuftpd/proftpd/some others
> > - network protocols as TCP/IP, IPX, NETBEUI
> Kernel supports this + some configuration programs
> > - a database (similiar to MS-ACCESS)
> several options (SQL and other)
> > - remote administration for this system via ISDN
> (almost) all isdn cards are fully supported (dialin/out/back/... everything is
> possible). There is no difference at all between local and remote access (but
> remote access will be "slightly" slower of course).
> > So I need the following informations:
> > - which components do I need?
> See above
> > - what is the price for one license, when I produce some hundreds or
> > thousands of such products?
> Nothing at all, except maybe you have to pay for some of the advanced database
> programs (but I can't tell you more about that; besides you will have to pay
> the original authors and not Debian).
> Basically, if you're new to Linux, just buy a set of CDs and play around with
> it. All programs that can be distributed and used for free are on the CDs,
> this includes everything mentioned above. The database programs you have to
> pay for are not on the CDs, but you can download these from the Debian FTP
> Anne Bezemer
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