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TOPIC: is Linux really free

is Linux really free 9 years 8 months ago #29633

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what's ur context of 'free' 9 years 8 months ago #29634

Sose i have not checked the link but believe u me Linux is pure open source... that's why one has the right to edit source codes to suit his needs... dig it?
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Re: is Linux really free 9 years 7 months ago #29992

Yep, it's free software according to the GNU lGeneral Public License...
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Re: is Linux really free 9 years 7 months ago #30008

for sure it's free..
Sose, admit it, what do you have against Linux? :wink:

Not only it's free, also most programs are running on it are open source and free, you can make a business just by running a Linux server and having Apache, MySQl and PHP on it for web hosting services, also you can use it in ISP environment, there are free radius server when you can do all accounting and billing maths and all for free or for a very low cost..
I think in any field, it is better to have competitions.. if there is no Linux, then may be Microsoft will not work on making their products better and cheaper..
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Re: is Linux really free 9 years 7 months ago #30009

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Is the linux server (enterprise) is also free? I believe Red Hat Linux enterprise version 5 is not, or it depends on the version?

Cheers! :D

Re: is Linux really free 9 years 7 months ago #30012

Your correct gagamboy, not all Linux distro's are free. The enterprise versions of various distro's does indeed cost money. This is because enterprise editions come with support.

Open source doesn't necessarily mean its free of cost, it means that it is free to view and edit code accordingly. Although most version of Linux are free, open source title is more so for what you can do with the distro.


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