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    jbrecko NNTP User

    Default OpenSuse Licence question

    Hello to everybody,

    I'm about to open a small company and I would like to know if I can use OpenSuse 11 on my system? Are there any license restrictions? Does anybody know?


    Greetings Jure

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    Default Re: OpenSuse Licence question

    FREE mean what it say's. So rejoice - Of course use it, I do!

    If you manage support via these forums and self admin you will be fine.
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    jbrecko NNTP User

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    Of course it's FREE but some free software have license limitations. Like Sun VirtualBox. It's free but only for personal use.

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    Default Re: OpenSuse Licence question

    there is a OSE version which is almost a full featured as sun version
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    Default Re: OpenSuse Licence question

    Free as in free beer but also free in that the source code is available and you change it if you want. As long as you make the changes.
    It is free for both personal and commercial use

    Geoff
    Quote Originally Posted by jbrecko View Post
    Hello to everybody,

    I'm about to open a small company and I would like to know if I can use OpenSuse 11 on my system? Are there any license restrictions? Does anybody know?


    Greetings Jure
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