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Re: Copying and distributing Debian

Dmitriy wrote:
> On Mon, Aug 12, 2002 at 10:11:50PM -0400, Phil Beder wrote:
> >    Hello,
> >    I am involved with a Linux user group for Newbies in New York City.  We
> >    are in the process of brainstorming ways to make the group more effective
> >    and serving the needs of new users.  Someone had the idea of having the
> >    several of the more popular distributions of GNU Linux available at
> >    meetings.  Many thought this was a good idea however there seems to be
> >    some concerns. 
> >    1.  If I wish to copy my Debian CDs which I purchased from Linux Mall may
> >    they be distributed at the meeting ?
> Yes, anyone may redistirbute copies of Debian CDs as they wish.
> >    
> >    2.  May I charge a nominal amount ($5 - $10) to cover my costs of time and
> >    materials for producing the CD ROMs ?
> Yes.  That is precisely the same as Linux Mall does.

When you don't distribute Source and Binary CDs at the same time, please
read, understand and act properly, as written in:



Unix is user friendly ...  It's just picky about its friends.

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