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[Newbie] Installer Question
- From: Michael Banks <chartpacs at mac dot com>
- To: cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Cc: orthowest at ameritech dot net
- Date: Wed, 01 Mar 2006 20:34:31 -0500
- Subject: [Newbie] Installer Question
We have developed a product for the medical industry, which makes use of a few of the open-source cygwin tools (like, grep, find, etc.). The problem is that, believe it or not, many doctors' offices do not have an Internet connection, so installing cygwin via the downloadable setup program isn't a viable option
I think ideally we would build a single installer that includes our closed-source product, the needed open-source cygwin tools, and the full sources of cygwin. How exactly do we include the proper cygwin files, so that we're in compliance with the licensing? If we do a sample cygwin install on a PC, does the cygwin folder contain everything we need (open-source tools + cygwin source), or is it more complicated than that?
Grantwood Technology, LLC
7255 Old Oak Blvd C405
Middleburg Heights OH 44130
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