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Re: Pcomm and term

"James A. Robinson" <jimr@simons-rock.edu> writes
> Nobody answered my question about whether or not I should try and get
> khoros onto debian.  If people do want it, I have to try and get
> permission to distribute source and binaries from the Khoros
> Consortium.

Well, someone replied that khoros had already been compiled
for Linux, and for shared libs, which brought down the size
from ~32Mb to ~6.5Mb.  So, I would recommend you have a look
at that build before you start on your own.

To answer your question, I think the answer is yes -- I think.
(part of the problem is that I don't know exactly what khoros is!)

One thing puzzled me -- the c.o.l.announce for khoros said that
it is only available to members of the khoros consortium -- yet
didn't mention any restriction on distribution.  Are they relying
on honesty?

	-Matt Hannigan

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