Re: Obsolesence of Intellectual Property

From: Robert Sweeney (
Date: Thu Aug 03 2000 - 10:02:18 MDT

Michael S. Lorrey wrote on Wed, 02 Aug 2000 10:03:13 -0400:
> [...]
> Except that linux is NOT free. It typically is sold on CD-ROM for
> $40-80, which is little different from other operating systems. Can I
> reproduce a Redhat CD-ROM and sell them for a buck if I want to? No, I
> can't.

Actually, I think you can. Check , which sells lots
of Linux and related stuff roughly at the costs of reproduction (even
"Linux By The Pound"). They have a whole "Red Hat" corner. The $40-80 that "Official" Red Hat costs is largely for the support RH supposedly

/rs   Rob Sweeney ;

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