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DOCUMENT: phage #398 [Re: ftp bug] (1 message, 525 bytes)
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From: bostic@okeeffe.berkeley.edu (Keith Bostic)
To: phage
Date: Sat 13:23:30 05/11/1988 EST
Subject: Re: ftp bug
References: [Thread Prev: 397] [Thread Next: 047] [Message Prev: 401] [Message Next: 049]

> I know a number of sites have fixed ftpd locally and have unoffically
> distributed the fixed server to sites without source.  I know parts of
> BSD have been declared free of AT&T licensing.  Isn't ftpd part of
> that? If so it should be no problem to distribute a fixed ftpd.

As part of the ftpd posting, I mailed out complete source to ftpd
to the tcp-ip mailing list, as well as USENET.

> Anyone have any idea who to contact to get a 'blessing' to distribute
> the fixed binary?

Just send out the source, not the binary.

--keith

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