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Re: [libc-alpha] Re: [open-source] Re: Wish for 2002
- From: Alan Cox <alan at lxorguk dot ukuu dot org dot uk>
- To: jhebert at compu-aid dot net (Jim Hebert)
- Cc: leclerc at austin dot sns dot slb dot com (Francois Leclerc),kaz at ashi dot footprints dot net (Kaz Kylheku), libc-alpha at sources dot redhat dot com,open-source at csl dot sri dot com, security-audit at ferret dot lmh dot ox dot ac dot uk,rra at stanford dot edu (Russ Allbery), a dot josey at opengroup dot org,tiemann at redhat dot com
- Date: Fri, 11 Jan 2002 15:47:52 +0000 (GMT)
- Subject: Re: [libc-alpha] Re: [open-source] Re: Wish for 2002
> They sell a peice of software compiled for it, and if we're implying any
> judgement on Red Hat's part about the security effort from their page, it
> could only be that it is equal or perhaps even lower (it's listed lower
> ;-P) than DEC OSF 4 and HP-UX 11, as well as linuxglibc2.2. ;-P
We don't resell OpenBSD. Red Hat does sell open source based products for a
large number of platforms however.
We do use plenty of OpenBSD project created code and ship lots of bug fixes in
code Linux shares with OpenBSD that are entirely down to their good work