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Date:      Tue,  6 Feb 96 14:29:31 -0800
From:      "Ian H. Stewart" <ian@nyro.com>
To:        Dave Walton <dwalton@psiint.com>
Cc:        questions@freebsd.org
Subject:   Re: Can FreeBSD be used in a commercial way?
Message-ID:  <9602062229.AA00429@nyro.com>
References:  <Pine.A32.3.91.960206132238.44346A-100000@vv.psiint.com>

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>How do you define "complete OS" such that FreeBSD doesn't already meet 
>the definition?
>
>Dave Walton

I agree that it is a complete OS. I want to use it as a foundation  
for a better
OS. It depends on what you consider complete for the market you
are targeting.

I simply want to add value (in software & service) and then
be able to sell it under my label.

As an example, Sun Solaris and HP-UX are system V based
I believe, but they don't sell it as Sun System V or HP System V.
Each vendor has it's own names and features. That is all I am  
saying / asking.

Ian



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