On Thursday 13 April 2006 14:17, Svein Halvor Halvorsen wrote: > On 4/13/06, Bob Johnson <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > > I think that if only one person questions this, their response > > will be that there aren't enough FreeBSD users to worry about. > > If several question it (politely), it might get a little > > attention somewhere above the front-line customer service level. > > > > Anyway, the answer I got is not highly enlightening. The most > > significant paragraph (I think): > > > > Please note that it is your option whether to install Flash > > Player on your FreeBSD; however, please note that we cannot > > provide you with any technical support, warranties or remedies > > for the software, although it is clearly stated on the End User > > License Agreement, the only authorized operating systems where > > you may download and install Flash Player. > > > > I'm pretty sure they are telling me that is up to me whether or > > not I break the law. I already knew that. > > When I emailed them about this, I was first told that FreeBSD was > not tested and therefor not supported. But when I clarified my > question, stating that the issue is a legal one, not a technical > one, they told me thet the EULA must be respected. (What else could > they have said?). > > They were understanding, though, and asked me to file a feature > request for the Flash team, to support FreeBSD, which I did. Where do you go to file this feature request?
-- Anish Mistry
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