Re: An official trademark policy for CheapBytes-type RHL CDs?

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On Sun, 17 Aug 2003 07:27:03 -0700 (PDT), James J. Ramsey wrote:

> The problem is this. Say I'm a Red Hat user without
> broadband or a CD-writer. I try to find a way to get
> the latest Red Hat 10 CDs. Since Red Hat won't be
> selling Red Hat 10 via retail, my *only* alternatives
> will be to find a friend who can burn CDs or to get
> the  CDs from CheapBytes, CheepLinux, etc. How am I
> expected to know that Pink Tie 10, Blue Jacket 10,
> etc., are just Red Hat 10 is disguise? Am I expected
> to rely on the grapevine alone?

The product description on such sites usually contains a hint, such
as an explanation that the distribution on the CDs is the one from
"the leading Linux distributor from the U.S. with just the name
changed to not violate trademark laws". Sometimes they even write
explicitly something like "the content of these CDs is identical to
the downloadable version of Red Hat Linux". Or the product is called
"Green Shoe Linux 7.3 Valhalla" which is enough a hint for those who

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