Subject: Bootdisks and Bootable CDs.
David D.W. Downey
david.downey at codecastle.com
Wed Sep 13 13:41:18 PDT 2000
> NDAs are used quite often in business and research - Yes, even Open Source
> and Linux! All an NDA means is that you agree to not disclose SOMETHING
> specifeid in the nda. I have seen them as simple as not disclosing the names
> of the people who are working on the project - perhaps from their evil
> corporate owners who would claim the idea as company property?
I know. I've used them before.
> The idea is hard code atually and resides between the POST and BOOTSTRAP and
> does not really care what OS in onboard? Anyway, the offer was to you and
> you alone... it also still stands.
OK, I'm willing to take you up on it. :-)
David D.W. Downey Red Hat Certified Engineer | Internet Security Specialist $
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