R: Re: RFC: Switch to Firefox and a 1.5 GB image
TRINGALINVENT at libero.it
Tue Dec 6 17:48:59 UTC 2011
Ok, why we could not distribute a DVD iso with the warning "downloading this
file can be illegal in some countries, clicking on this button you declare that
it's not illegal in your country"?
>Da: macoafi at gmail.com
>Data: 06/12/2011 18.11
>A: "Kubuntu Developer Discussion"<kubuntu-devel at lists.ubuntu.com>
>Ogg: Re: RFC: Switch to Firefox and a 1.5 GB image
>On Tue, Dec 6, 2011 at 12:02 PM, Mark Fraser
><ubuntu at mfraz.orangehome.co.uk> wrote:
>> On Tuesday 06 Dec 2011 16:52:24 Mackenzie Morgan wrote:
>>> On Tue, Dec 6, 2011 at 2:44 AM, LucaTringali <TRINGALINVENT at libero.it>
>>> > It would be illegal? But, if it's true, why I can install the same non
>>> > free packages from aptitude? Wouldn't it be illegal too? I'm not talking
>>> > about adding other non free tools, just deliver Kubuntu with
>>> > (preinstalled) the same non-free programs you can find in aptitude.
>>> Does Kubuntu's package manager not pop up a legal warning like
>>> Ubuntu's does if you install the non-free and patented codecs? Ubuntu
>>> tells you that you might be on legally shaky ground and asks whether
>>> you're sure you want to continue when you install I think it was
>> Don't think I've ever seen one when installing kubuntu-restricted-extras,
>> but then I use apt-get to install packages.
>This is the pop-up Ubuntu gives:
>"Install unsupported and restricted software?
>The use, modification and distribution of Ubuntu restricted extras is
>restricted by copyright or by legal terms in some countries.
>You need a working internet connection to continue.
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