Re: License for building a custom product using fedora
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At a high level you'll need to remove the Fedora logos and ensure each package you are using permits redistribution. Most of the GNU stuff will be fine...it gets dicey around some drivers.
Here's the license: http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Legal/Licenses/LicenseAgreement14
My 2 cents on the subject is if you're going to use one of the "full" distros, you are much better using an "additive" approach when using them, i.e., include the full distro to meet their licensing, and then add your software in a clearly defined way to keep the two sepearte--if someone asks you for the "free" stuff, you point them to a distro or provide it with the system. There are smaller, tighter, functional distros, those are not w/o challenges though, as you're likely wanting a pretty good repository to stay up with some patching.
On Jan 11, 2011, at 7:42 AM, ShibuThomas wrote:
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