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Isn't gpg included by default? What other cryptography packages are available but restricted. I thought the restrictions were removed long back. https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Forbidden_items?rd=ForbiddenItems#Cryptography submitted by balkierode [link] [comment]

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I found this guide for free online. http://www.tecmint.com/installing-network-services-and-configuring-services-at-system-boot/ I recently took the linux foundation certified system administrator exam and passed. I want to study to pass the LFCE test but I currently don't have alot of work experience in linux system administration so I have to learn everything from basically 0. I do have an opportunity at my current job where I can make use of my linux engineering skills as I learn them which is great. submitted by linucksman [link] [comment]

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Hi all, I'm working on a project that uses proprietary code, and in searching for how best to implement a new component of the program, I found some OSS that is licensed under GPLv3. I have two questions, before I decide to include this in my codebase: If I publish a paper describing what the program does, will I be required to publish the proprietary code under GPL? If I distribute the program to the public, will I be required to publish the proprietary code under GPL? If this is the wrong sub, let me know and I'll xpost it to the correct place. submitted by t40 [link] [4 comments]

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