Ubuntu and Automatix
siretart at tauware.de
Sat Mar 18 09:05:04 GMT 2006
Michael Shigorin wrote:
> On Fri, Mar 17, 2006 at 03:14:09PM +0000, Reinhard Tartler wrote:
>> In fact, I've already created such a repository for i386 and amd64
>> packages myself. But I'm pretty sure that I could get sued if I'd
>> publish that. So it remains silently on my laptop, for my private use.
> In RPM world, one can publish nosrc.rpm files or specs; maybe you
> could at least publish debian/rules, or is it non-redistributable
> that much that even listing the software that way might lead to
> problems? (it's somewhat hard for me to imagine this)
We are talking here about some windows .dlls which are copied (and
probably modified) from some windows installation and packed into a .zip
archive. I didn't find any copyright statement at all, so redistribution
is out of question.
The other things I'm talking about is software which circumvents copy
protection measures. Redistribution of such software is prohibited by
law in US and EU legislatives.
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