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Re: Debian as Software Appliance

I believe there is no problem.

One can run any software on top of Debian.
Just be careful on non-Debian specific cases
such as linking to GPL-only libs, etc.

I strongly recommend Debian as a basis
and as a demonstration of the power of free software ;-)

16.09.2011 00:39, zferentz пишет:
> Greetings,
> I'm not sure if this is the right place, so i hope that you can help
> me or point me to the right location .
> My company considering to ship our (commercial) product on top of a
> Linux software appliance . One of the suggestions was to use Linux
> Debian as a core .
> My questions are pretty basic :
> 1. can we simply create a software appliance and ship it to our
> customers ? we don't mind to provide the code for the "free stuff" ,
> however we are not allowed to provide our own sources.
> 2. we plan to use LDAP and Apache , are there any restrictions that we
> shall be aware of ?
> 3. What if we're using the "non-free" repository ? can we ship stuff
> from there and publish the names of the packages  ?
> Best regards,
> Zfe

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