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SubjectRe: [PATCH] modutils 2.3.20 and beyond
On Sun, Nov 26, 2000 at 07:46:43PM -0700, Jeff V. Merkey wrote:

> Anaconda is open sourced, so it's not technically tied to any one
> distributor any more....
<NIT>
Technically, yes it is opensourced. But one of the things that does kinda
distinguish one distro from another is the installer[1].
</NIT>
So yes, it is opensource. So, counter-question. Why should this non
distro owned program require a specific distro's program? :) But this all
of course a moot point.

[1] The sum difference between YellowDogLinux 1.0, LinuxPPC, Inc 1999 and
LinuxPPC Reference Release was that two changed/help port the installer the
3rd did, which was RedHat's newt-based installer. Some confusion ensused.

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