Re: same distro, svn1999 DOSEMU crashes on some PCs on SEGV, on others run fine

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On Tue, Dec 14, 2010 at 10:14 AM, Frantisek Hanzlik <franta@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> solarflow99 wrote:
>> On Tue, Dec 14, 2010 at 5:12 AM, Frantisek Hanzlik <franta@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>> solarflow99 wrote:
>>>> there is an rpm built for Fedora14 in rpmfusion also, I don't know if
>>>> that will help this problem or not, but others use it without problems
>>>> in case your compiled version has some kind of difference.
> ...
>> hi, glad you got it working now.  dosemu cannot be included in Fedora
>> directly because of licensing, so that's what rpmfusion is for, its
>> available in the main repos there.
> Can you please point some discussion etc about this dosemu licensing problems?
> I live in thinking that fine piece of software is GPL licensed.
> And probably all this big work which was done in last several years (I use
> dosemu cca eight+/- years, then not know older developers) from Bart and Stas
> (IMO it's big loss when he leaved project, but fortunately he perhaps still
> submit patches here) should not be forgotten - and free license is IMO crucial
> for this.
> I think this project has some similarities with other big project - cdrtools.
> Ehm, my english is rather poor and I do not want evolve this here, because it
> could be wrongly comprehended. Then I only will wish continuous success for
> this project.

This was the reason:
But having it in rpmfusion is ok, just like you say though, it is a
shame to lose developers, I hope we have this project remain active
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