Just remember that not all users are experts. That's why they invented package managers. Meeting library dependencies etc is a lot easier with apt-get.
On 9/26/05, Alex <RittervomNie@web.de> wrote:
Juhana Sadeharju wrote:
>>From: Andrew Donnellan <firstname.lastname@example.org
>>The Debian guys are considering removing linuxsampler because of this.
> Why Linuxsampler should be removed from Debian? It should not,
> and therefore please change the license ASAP.
Why is it necessary to bind a software to a specific linux-distribution?
Is it impossible to download sources yourself and compile it on your
machine? I prefer gentoo, compiling's for the hardest and they've got
only few binaries and on no other platform all the software run
out-of-the-box (without annoying x86-reduction to be compatible to all
the computers in the world).
If you want to run linuxsampler, you'll install it even on Sparc or HP-UX...
The author says which license to use, not the distributer...
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