On Thu, 2016-12-01 at 16:31 -0600, Uriel Gonzalez wrote:
> I am a mathematics/computer science college student. I am looking
> forward to becoming a SL user, but the last time that I installed it
> it came with the Red Hat Enterprise Linux License Agreement. I
> remember the agreement asked me to create an account in Red Hat. I
> read in the SL website that SL is not supported by Red Hat, so I was
> not sure whether I should create the account or not. The first time I
> installed SL I just closed the Aggrement and SL worked just fine, but
> I uninstalled it becuase I did not wanted to be liable for not
> accepting the license agreement. Is there any cost in the license to
> use SL?If so, how much is it? Is it open for anyone to download and
> use or is it exclusive for scientists?
> I am starting to do research on numerical analysis and creating
> programs to implement them. It is my hope to add those programs or
> libraries to SL.
If your goal in the long term is to add software to SL, I would
recommend starting with contributions to the Fedora project.