Cluster Poll Results (tangent into OS choices)

Daniel Widyono widyono at
Tue Nov 4 12:34:17 EST 2003

I just asked Mason about the source of his statement, and he referred me to
RedHat's own site, from which I found at

the following quote (taken out of the Educational Institutions paragraph):

"This permission is not applicable to Red Hat. Enterprise Linux. or any Red
Hat subscription product.  Of course, you are always permitted to
redistribute the code without utilizing Red Hat's trademark so long as you
otherwise comply with the GNU General Public License and Red Hat's Trademark

cAos's work is sounding mighty tasty.  Thanks for the cross-post, Mike.

Dan W.

> Also, nice to see you cross posted to the rocks-discussion, for the
> benefit of those on the beowulf list, Mason Katz (mjk at had an
> informative reply:
> It would appear as though Rocks is free and clear to openly redistribute
> RHEL SRPM-rebuilds; this is an interesting loop-hole:
>  - Rocks released by an academic institution, which means it has a 
> license to use the RedHat trademark.  This also means no one can charge 
> for Rocks software (only support).
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