licensing methods for suse,fedora,mandrake and redhat

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First i wanted to know what actually is licensing method?
I wanted the licensing methods of all those operating systems.................if anyone can help me out i would be very thankful to them.
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  • Don2007
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The basic Linux kernel comes under the GNU License.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GNU_General_Public_License

There is one of many sites that explain it.
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meaning download it. use it. share it. don't pay.

the only thing you'll pay for is tech support, and if you don't feel like downloading it you can buy most distros off a few different websites, usually for not more than $10 (depending on how many disks the distro is).

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