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The Culture of Free software

We would be remiss to not say something about the culture of free software development from which Linux has thrived and will continue to thrive. The copyright for Fedora and Red Hat Enterprise Linux systems is covered under the GNU public license.

That license, which most free software falls under, provides the following:

Author rights -- The original author retains the rights to his or her software.

Free distribution -- People can use the GNU software in their own software, changing and redistributing it as they please. They do, however, have to include the source code with their distribution (or make it easily available)

Copyright maintained -- Even if you were to repackage and resell the software, the original GNU agreement must be maintained with the software. This means that all future recipients of the software must have the opportunity to change the source code, just as you did.

The Linux culture has provided resources for that event. Experts on the Internet can help you iron out your problems, or you can access one of the many Linux newsgroups or forums to read how others have dealt with their problems and to post your own questions about how to fix yours. Chances are that someone will know what to do maybe even going so far as to provide the software or configuration file you need.