> RedHat is a company that tried to make money by giving away their
> product. They found they couldn't make enough money this way, so they
> stopped giving it away for free.
I browsed the Red Hat web site and saw the announcements for the
Red Hat Enterprise Linux product ($$$) and the Fedora Project (free).
Is Linux no longer subject to the terms of the GNU copyleft license
that would have required Red Hat to redistribute the basic Linux part
of its new Enterprise product for a nominal fee? It doesn't look like
the Fedora version qualifies unless it contains all the modifications
that Red Hat makes to the basic Linux in the Enterprise product.
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