Abacus Portsentry License

1999-05-16 Thread Rene Mayrhofer
in advance Rene -- -- Rene Mayrhofer, ViaNova KEG NIC-HDL: RM1677-RIPE Email: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Snail: Penz 217, A-4441 Behamberg PGP(DSS): E661 2E45 9B7F B239 D422 0A90 A4C2 DA09 F72F 6EC5 PGP(D/H

Re: Abacus Portsentry License

1999-05-16 Thread Rene Mayrhofer
This will have to go to non-free. Thank you for the quick answer. I will put it in non-free/net. Rene -- -- Rene Mayrhofer, ViaNova KEG NIC-HDL: RM1677-RIPE Email: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Snail

pptp, ppp with Microsoft encryption

1999-09-30 Thread Rene Mayrhofer
Hi I am packaging the pptpd daemon and modified versions of the ppp package that include support for the Microsoft authentication and encryption. PPTP is a protocol for building VPNs between a PPTP server/firewall and PPTP clients (Win95, Win98, WinNT, Win2000, Linux, MacOS, ..). The clients get

Urgent: Mirroring of encryption software in the USA

2000-08-02 Thread Rene Mayrhofer
Hi all I have another question on the Gibraltar firewall distribution. It is put together in Austria, but I already have a mirror site from which I do not know if it is inside the USA. What is the legal situation at the moment ? Is it possible to export software from the USA by download it from a

Re: Urgent: Mirroring of encryption software in the USA

2000-08-02 Thread Rene Mayrhofer
Joseph Carter wrote: On Wed, Aug 02, 2000 at 07:21:57PM +0200, Jens Müller wrote: No, that's illegal according to US export regulations (I think with software you mean such software as covered by those regulations) Not so. Crypto software can now legally be exported provided you're

Re: Gibraltar

2000-08-02 Thread Rene Mayrhofer
Jens Müller wrote: Another example is Debian itself: There are some restrictions on what can be done with official and non-official ISO images (I think only the logo matters, but the principle is the same). I want something in that direction. You can use similar restrictions as

Re: Gibraltar

2000-08-02 Thread Rene Mayrhofer
Mark Rafn wrote: On Wed, 2 Aug 2000, Rene Mayrhofer wrote: That is exactly what I mean: if somebody sells his knowledge, his time by selling support then he does not directly make profit with the ISO images that are distributed freely. He/she makes his profit because others use

Re: Gibraltar

2000-08-02 Thread Rene Mayrhofer
Adam Heath wrote: On Tue, 1 Aug 2000, Rene Mayrhofer wrote: Adam Heath wrote: Please see the comments on freshmeat.net about this. You are illegally distribution Debian. The GPL does not allow to you be more restrictive. I just posted an reply to this. I really was unaware

Redistribution of JSSE in a java package

2002-05-15 Thread Rene Mayrhofer
Hi all, For a Java client that is to be uploaded soon (fireflier, announced in the last week on debian-devel), the Sun JSSE libraries are needed. According to the license that comes with JSSE (attached to this mail), redistribution seems to be allowed. I intend to distribute the JSSE jar

Re: Redistribution of JSSE in a java package

2002-05-15 Thread Rene Mayrhofer
Stephen Stafford wrote: Henning Makholm has expressed some concerns in another mail which are valid. History shows that Sun might be willing to grant an exception to alleviate some of them though (see the exceptions given to blackdown.org for J2SE, which is pretty much the same license AFAICT).

Re: License issue with freeswan (Eric Young's libdes)

2002-09-11 Thread Rene Mayrhofer
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 Steve Langasek wrote: | Which parts of freeswan link against libdes? According to | /usr/share/doc/freeswan/copyright, some parts are LGPL. Do we know for | sure that libdes+GPL is happening? No, not for sure. However, since the copyright situation