[lug] FW: Student Buff Bulletin 08/30/2007

User Dan Ferris dan at usrsbin.com
Thu Aug 30 16:12:07 MDT 2007

I used to work for CU, so I can tell you, CU has a RHEL site license. 
They even have their own up2date/RH Network server.  We used to pay the 
university ITS department $30 / year / RHEL computer to help pitch in for 
the licensing cost.  The site license allows then to give it away to 


On Thu, 30 Aug 2007, Nate Duehr wrote:

> David Howland wrote:
>>> From what I know Fedora is more of a testbed for untried technologies
>> before they enter RHEL. I'm unsure of specific differences but it'd be
>> great to know the details of this offer as my little sister just started
>> at CU Boulder as well.
> You can get "most of" RHEL for free anyway, by just downloading CentOS.
> They just take all the GPL'ed bits of RHEL, remove any copyrighted material 
> (logos, etc.) and rebuild.
> Nate
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