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05 Sep 2001 22:04 martinnitram

Re: freeness
But seem Tripwire had a open source version (linux) at tripwire.org, whick seem as GPL
http://www.tripwire.org/qanda/faq.php#9


> Tripwire, although well established, is
> not GPLed. It is free in a monetary
> sense (IF you are not a commercial
> entity) but not in a free speech sense.
> AIDE is GPLed. If you don't know what
> that means, see www.gnu.org


29 Jun 2001 04:10 bdshayne

Re: freeness

> Tripwire, although well established, is
> not GPLed. It is free in a monetary
> sense (IF you are not a commercial
> entity) but not in a free speech sense.
> AIDE is GPLed. If you don't know what
> that means, see www.gnu.org


Yes, but, is Tripwire better than AIDE, the same or worse?

16 Feb 2000 17:31 jalbro

freeness
Tripwire, although well established, is not GPLed. It is free in a monetary sense (IF you are not a commercial entity) but not in a free speech sense. AIDE is GPLed. If you don't know what that means, see www.gnu.org

25 Aug 1999 19:04 pstrader

RE: Tripwire
The latest version of Tripwire is now commercial. I believe the older versions are still free to use.
Peace, Pete

25 Aug 1999 11:45 eddiethejedi

free replacement for Tripwire?
but Tripwire is still free...

(http://www.tripwiresecurity.com/products/ASR1_3.html)

13 Aug 1999 02:26 rammer

aide ftp permissions
The permissions of the aide-0.1.tar.gz were incorrect so
that the file could not be downloaded. The permissions have now been fixed.

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