On Thu, 14 Apr 2005 13:04:16 +0200 (MEST), you wrote:

Hi Eric,

>handbook. Next item is the source code: Users of GPL software
>must be given easy access to the - possibly modified for your
>disk - sources. It is enough to put a pointer to a place in WWW,
>preferrably the homepage of your disk, for that. If you only
>would tell people "sources are somewhere out there", then the
>access to the sources could get lost when the original homepage
>becomes unavailable.

That means if I created a text file, which have the source access
should fulfill the requirement of GNU GPL, am I correct?

>Apart from that, combining non-GNU and GNU programs on one disk
>is no problem - it would only be a problem to modify GNU programs
>for something and then publish the modified program but refuse to
>give users access to the source modifications.

Good point.



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