LWN: Among other things, "Linux users have grown accustomed to being able to copy distributions at will. It's not uncommon for
a company to buy a small number of distribution CDs and to install them on dozens or hundreds of
systems. By imposing per-system licensing, Caldera is challenging that practice, and, in the process,
raising some interesting issues. We'll look at Caldera's licensing from two angles; the next article
goes into why Caldera is taking this path, and the following will examine whether members of the free
software community are right to criticize the company."
June 28, 2001