> However, if distribution D includes this "easier way to install" in > its ports system, by doing so distribution D endorses it and takes on > the ethical responsibility for it. Using the same argument I can say that gcc isn't ethical because it allows compilation of non-free software. That isn't the same argument, or even the same issue. You are talking about what the user can do. I'm talking about something else: what the system distro suggests that the user do.
|Greg KH||Og dreams of kernels|
|Jens Axboe||[PATCH 31/33] Fusion: sg chaining support|
|Arnd Bergmann||Re: finding your own dead "CONFIG_" variables|
|Mark Brown||[PATCH 2/2] Subject: natsemi: Allow users to disable workaround for DspCfg reset|
|Tony Breeds||[LGUEST] Look in object dir for .config|
|Brian Downing||Re: Git in a Nutshell guide|
|John Benes||Re: master has some toys|