strange communication

Jacob Schmude jschmude at
Wed Nov 5 17:59:28 EST 2003

What the price covers is irrelevant, be it distribution costs or the software itself. They're still perfectly within their rights to charge whatever price they see fit, and 
since they're the ones who put the distro together, they have the right to not make enterprise downloadable if they so choose. What they can't stop, unless 
they've developed proprietary software to mix into enterprise linux, is someone else putting it up for download if they wish to.
On Wed, 5 Nov 2003 06:26:54 -0500, Alex Snow wrote:

>though I thought that fee was only to cover distribution costs. I 
>don't think the price of redhat enterprise is just to cover the 
>distribution costs.

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