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Re: [Condor-users] Who do I write for the source code?

I've already repackaged it for Slamd64.

Ian Chesal wrote:
Why isn't the source code for this project readily available without
having to ask for it? 
I package software for 64bit Slackware/NetBSD systems, and the way the
binaries are 
laid out, they would break our systems. Since when does an open source
system only 
provide binaries? 
In defense of the Condor team here: Condor isn't open source. It's free,
but not open source. Not all free software is open source software.

You can relocate the binaries in the tarball distribution of Condor a
create a Debian package to suit your specific file system layout
- Ian

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