Re: I want to try something for freedom.
I hope you know assembly and don't mind being sued...
In other words, it's impossible, for legal reasons. The owners of those
proprietary algorithms are highly unlikely to think twice about putting
you on the street.
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On Tue, 31 Oct 2000, Penguin wrote:
> Hey, Guys.
> I am using definitely Debian on my laptop.
> I wanted to use it in library since they installed ethernet in the library.
> But I had one problem - "The authentication client" which works only on windows machine.
> I was upset that I have to reboot my laptop only for internet. I requested whether I can develop authentication client for my Linux. But they refused my suggestion since that authenticatioin client has proprietory algorithms (what a shit!).
> But I still have a dream to develop this authentication client clone before I graduate and give freedom to other Linux users.
> Does anybody has an idea where to start?