On Thursday 08 January 2009 12:07:07 Chris Jones wrote: > > Nothing from multiverse is on the shipped CDs, nor is it enabled by > > default. It's exactly the same as rpmfusion, etc.. You have to add it > > to sources.list yourself. > > Indeed. All ubuntu does beyond Fedora is make it a little easier for the > user to add these additional repos if they choose to do so, by > acknowledging they exist and having a few tools to aid the user in > adding them if they wish to. Fedora on the other hand completely ignores > the additional repos and it is up to the user to find out about them > themselves. The default installation of ubuntu is as open and GPL as > Fedora is, IMHO (YMMV). > Where is Canonical's base? Country of origin makes a difference as to whether links to such things are legal or not. Anne
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