Re: DDP vs LDP -- should be DDP + LDP
"Oliver" == Oliver Elphick <email@example.com> writes:
> I agree that duplication of effort is undesirable. That does bring
> me back to the original point, however, that the LDP books are not
> available in Debian at all. Is there a copyright problem?
A *very* good point. Hmm. I don't know. Someone should find out,
and/or submit a proposal that someone package these to the WNPP
maintainers. I don't think the manuals have a problem, but it varies
case by case...
Here's the license from the sysadmin guide. Looks DFSG-free to me:
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