On Thu, 15 Jul 2004, kevin wrote: > Are there any other copyrighted parts to CentOS 3.1? Of course. As I mentioned, most FSF software such as Emacs is copyright by the Free Software Foundation. I know for a fact that the zsh sources are copyright by various individual contributors because the "Zsh Development Group" is not a legal entity for copyright purposes. In fact, zsh isn't even distributed under the GPL, it has its own license. Similarly the apache http server and most of its components use the Apache Foundation's license, not the GPL, and nearly everything related to Perl is available under the "Artistic License" as well as the GPL. > Is some of the code copyrighted also? Have I answered that? Or do you mean the actual kernel source? I haven't looked through the latter recently, but I imagine there are copyrighted bits.