Re: Mozilla plugins packaging [Re: SELinuxDenyPtrace: Write, compile, run, but don't debug applications?]

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On 10.4.2012 08:04, Jan Kratochvil wrote:
So if there is the easy installability of proprietary crap like Mozilla
plugins why aren't also the repositories like RPMforge pre-configured
automatically?  What is the difference between RPMforge and Mozilla plugins
database?

a) there is no difference in their content ... neither of them is controlled by Red Hat or Fedora project, so we cannot be blamed for whatever there is there, b) as for linking ... I would think that MoFo (being a US corporation) is under the same gun as Red Hat is with regards to patents, DMCA and similar lovely stuff.

And of course, IANALAM.

Matěj
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