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2006 Oct 11
10
GPL Softphones
Hi, I'm searching for GPLed softphones. I found WengoPhone but actually not available for Asterisk PBX, only for Wengo network. I found Kiax but only for IAX protocol. Did you know a good GPLed softphones which works on Windows ? Thanks Greg -------------- next part -------------- An HTML attachment was scrubbed......
2001 May 26
3
OpenSSH ports and crypto issues
...should I base it on the portable source ? I think I know the answer to that one. If someone wants to take my diffs against base and integrate them into portable, that would be awesome, since I won't be able to get around to it for a while. 2. minor issue 2: I am currently using 2 files from a GPLed program in my port. It will take some work to remove them, but I can do so if it's not desirable to have GPLed source in an OpenSSH port. 3. THE major issue: How do I distribute this ? send diffs to the portable distribution maintainer(s) ? Since I live in the U.S, I obviously cannot make it a...
2004 Aug 14
7
Free MOH MP3
Hello All, Sorry to rehash a question I am sure has shown several time but I cannot google up the answer from the lists. Does anyone know where I can get some royalty free, cost free music for my music on hold? I saw someone's post several weeks ago that said that this exists at a download site but I have not been able to find it. Thanks! Wiley Siler -------------- next
2006 Apr 25
1
IvyGIS --- Rails Engine for custom maps.
...ode has been tried at least briefly with the postgres and postgres-pr gems as well, with no *obvious* problems). Development of this code has been supported by Japan Spatial Information Technology, Inc., and I''ve got their permission to release it on the same terms as PostGIS --- that is, GPLed. (We may be switching to a less restrictive license later, as management permits, but it''s GPLed for now). We hope you have fun with it. Robert Thau rst@alum.mit.edu
2013 Aug 22
2
Re: Modules in gnulib that are GPL and are used in libguestfs
after creating a git clone I executed "bootstrap" and then entered "libguestfs/.gnulib/modules" and executed "grep -rn GPL * | grep ":GPL" | grep -v "build tool" > ~/GPLed" On Thu, Aug 22, 2013 at 11:05 AM, Richard W.M. Jones <rjones@redhat.com>wrote: > How did you construct this list? It appears to list modules which are > not used by libguestfs directly or indirectly, eg (picked at random): > > > avltreehash-list:31:GPL > > avltr...
2007 Apr 11
69
ZFS and Linux
Hello, I believe that ZFS and it''s concepts is truly revolutionary to the point that I no longer see any OS as modern if it does not have comparable storage functionality. Therefore I think that file system/disk manager with similar qualities should be written for Linux. Does Sun have plans to dual license ZFS as GPL so it can be ported to native Linux? If not, is it legal to
2015 Oct 13
4
redistribution of isolinux binaries
...that I think are associated with the the SYSLINUX/ISOLINUX project; e.g.: http://mirror.centos.org/centos/6/os/x86_64/images/ http://mirror.centos.org/centos/6/os/x86_64/isolinux/ Two questions: - As the SYSLINUX project is GPLed, to hand out binaries implies the sources are available somewhere, but I can't find an official point of reference on where the corresponding sources are. - Further, near as I can tell, the SYSLINUX project makes no reference to Kickstart, but I do see Fedora refer to Kickstart: htt...
2008 Dec 01
2
[LLVMdev] libFirm library
Hi, The libFirm library ( http://www.info.uni-karlsruhe.de/software/libfirm/index.php?title=Main_Page ) is GPLed some time ago. libFirm is a library that provides an intermediate representation and optimizations for compilers. Programs are represented in a graph based SSA form. Several targets are supported, especially the x86. Many optimizations are very similar to those of LLVM. But there are also some di...
2008 May 14
0
[LLVMdev] GPL licensing issues or can GCC be used with llvm for a commercial application?
...any other > > proprietary Windows software does) , GPL forbids me to do that. > That's due to nature of the interface. Binary interface to codec make > the proprietary application 'derived work'. This is what the FSF would like the world to believe. If you distribute the GPLed library and the proprietary application separately, and make sure that they are linked at installation time, the link step creates a derived work indeed but that's inconsequential because it isn't redistributed. IANAL etc., and there are issues regarding the use of interface files (.h files...
2008 May 14
1
[LLVMdev] GPL licensing issues or can GCC be used with llvm for a commercial application?
Hi, > If you distribute the GPLed library and the proprietary application > separately, and make sure that they are linked at installation time, the > link step creates a derived work indeed but that's inconsequential > because it isn't redistributed. Interestingly enough, you need a linker at the target system to...
2008 May 14
3
[LLVMdev] GPL licensing issues or can GCC be used with llvm for a commercial application?
Hello, Razvan > after that I use only the Windows interface to it (like any other > proprietary Windows software does) , GPL forbids me to do that. That's due to nature of the interface. Binary interface to codec make the proprietary application 'derived work'. > - I didn't find any commercial projects (not Operating Systems or > dual-licensed but simple
2000 Jun 07
1
[PATCH]: Port of openssh-2.1.0p3 to Cygwin environment
Hi all, I have just successfully ported openssh-2.1.0p3 to Cygwin. As you may know, Cygwin is a GPLed POSIX layer for Windows OSes. To be serious: I don't _like_ Windows systems and sometimes I really hate that STUPID concessions which are necessary when trying to get U*X software working on Windoze but for some reason that's exactly the reason, why I love to work on Cygwin! Porting to Cyg...
2004 Dec 20
10
chroot-ing users coming in via SSH and/or SFTP?
A client wants me to set up a mechanism whereby his customers can drop files securely into directories on his FreeBSD server; he also wants them to be able to retrieve files if needed. The server is already running OpenSSH, and he himself is using Windows clients (TeraTerm and WinSCP) to access it, so the logical thing to do seems to be to have his clients send and receive files via SFTP or SCP.
2003 Apr 05
0
Re: Asterisk-Users digest, Vol 1 #237 - 11 msgs
...need to be >updated, at least it will be legal. >you also said >"oh yes, sure you can produce the cards and sell them cheaper, >but that doesnt take the development time of the zaptel drivers >into account. opening up a competition against digium based on >their software and GPLed hardware design doesnt sound good to me ..... >rather sounds like M$ style to me." >look the original isa zap cards cost ~$250. they did all the hard work and >they released the design GPL so that the world would benifit from their hard >work. zapata did this so that development w...
2007 Oct 13
7
writing PV block drivers for Windows
I''m now at the stage where I can think about writing some PV block drivers for Windows. I have working event channel and xen store subsystems (but they''ll probably need some more refinement once things progress), and the Windows XenPCI driver enumerates devices as they are added to xenstore. This leaves me with a few questions... 1. I assume that the qemu virtual BIOS uses the
2015 Oct 13
0
redistribution of isolinux binaries
On Tue, 13 Oct 2015, Brian Reichert wrote: > - As the SYSLINUX project is GPLed, to hand out binaries implies > the sources are available somewhere, but I can't find an official > point of reference on where the corresponding sources are. RPM points you to http://syslinux.zytor.com/wiki/index.php/The_Syslinux_Project Is that not everything you...
2008 Oct 29
0
Proxmox VE 1.0 released today
...ite: http://pve.proxmox.com/wiki/Main_Page Proxmox VE 1.0 Announcement: http://www.proxmox.com/forum/showthread.php?t=750 I've mentioned it on this list before wondering if anyone was interested in borrowing some of the software from their project (since it is GPLed) and applying it to CentOS. What is Proxmox VE? It is a "bare-metal" Linux distribution based on Debian 4.0r5 that includes a 2.6.24-based kernel that includes support for both KVM (Machine / Hardware Virtualization) and OpenVZ (OS Virtualization). Proxmox VE includes a really nice...
2007 Apr 18
1
[Bridge] Spanning Tree Source Code
Hi , Im new in this list, and Im trying to find a Spanning Tree source code, the kind that runs in bridges and switches. Does anybody know wher I can find it? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks, -- Francisco Trindade fmtrindade@inf.ufrgs.br
2011 Aug 08
0
Re: Tmax Window(a propietary OS) using Wine?
...: This is a post of a tmax developer. http://www.ubuntu.or.kr/viewtopic.php?p=28734 In the beginning of development, windows compatiblity is not needed, but 3 months before beta release, patching is being continued. in addition to, Reactos OS project is reference(moreover reactos OS is GPLed) Tmax changed to a new screenshot and told newspapers not to use old images. This is new screenshots: http://twinblog.tistory.com/24 I think that Tmax window must be GPL violance. The beta release date is July 7th 2009.
2000 Aug 16
2
Tripwire and cron
I am trying to get tripwire 1.2 patch level 2 on Redhat 6.2 to run out of cron and so far have failed miserably. It runs fine from the command line so I know my configuration is ok, but when it runs from cron it gets to Phase 3 and simply exits. It doesn''t generate any error messages or leave any core files laying around.