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Re:It IS a bundle

Posted by: Anonymous Coward on January 06, 2007 05:54 AM
Seem a very byzantine argument to me. The EULA clearly states that you can get a refund if you do not agree to its term, nowhere is written or otherwise infereed that the O/S should be considered a part of a greter set.
The EULA is specifically and in a very explicit manner asserting about the rights on installing and using the O/S on whatever machine the user prefers and that is all. It does not explicitely 'says' the the refund should be limited to the O/S but it is nowhere asserted against this view and cannot legally be extended to the bundle.
On legal ground alone I can't argue on the other two points, maybe some other visitor could.


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