VMS distribution?

From: Joe <rigdonj_at_intellistar.net>
Date: Tue Feb 10 10:43:00 1998

At 09:07 AM 2/10/98 -0600, you wrote:
>Joe <rigdonj_at_intellistar.net> wrote:
>>If you have the original disk then that is normally considered proof
>>that you have a legal copy of the software.
>> You're trying to read too much into this. I never said the having one
>>copy of disks allowed you to have all the upgrades or newer versions. If
>>you have a set of original disks for XYZ v 1.0, then that is generally
>>considered proof of ownership of XYZ v 1.0 PERIOD.
>OK, let's say I pull an old PC and some boxes out of a dumpster, and
>there's a set of original AutoCAD Release 9 disks. By your rule, how
>can I tell if I own a legit copy or not?

   Real simple. It they're original disks then it's a legit copy! Doesn't
matter if it came from a dumpster or not.

>- John
>Jefferson Computer Museum <http://www.threedee.com/jcm>
Received on Tue Feb 10 1998 - 10:43:00 GMT

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