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    Default Suse studio commercial distro

    Hi, this is probably a silly question as it might be the whole reason for suse studio (and its opens source so..)but could you build a distro using suse studio using opensuse and use it commercially? By this does the novell service allow it? As a follow on could you use the opensuse updates straight from their website. Obviously this has advantages for a young distro with few people to develop it?
    Thanks for your time
    Regards

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    Jim Henderson NNTP User

    Default Re: Suse studio commercial distro

    On Sun, 23 Nov 2014 14:36:01 +0000, obiwood wrote:

    > Hi, this is probably a silly question as it might be the whole reason
    > for suse studio (and its opens source so..)but could you build a distro
    > using suse studio using opensuse and use it commercially? By this does
    > the novell service allow it? As a follow on could you use the opensuse
    > updates straight from their website. Obviously this has advantages for a
    > young distro with few people to develop it?
    > Thanks for your time Regards


    You may want to post this on the "Forum" linked in SUSE Studio itself, or
    contact SUSE directly for their official stance on this.

    I don't *think* it's an issue, but if you use SLES/SLED as the base,
    those who use the downloaded appliance will need their own subscriptions
    to receive updates.

    Jim



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    Jim Henderson, CNA6, CDE, CNI, LPIC-1, CLA10, CLP10
    Novell/SUSE/NetIQ Knowledge Partner

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    Default Re: Suse studio commercial distro

    ok, will do, thanks for reply.

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