[packagekit] Handling of License Prompts

Tim Lauridsen tla at rasmil.dk
Mon Sep 10 23:34:56 PDT 2007

Richard Hughes wrote:
> On 10/09/2007, Justin Haygood <jhaygood at reaktix.com> wrote:
>> They can, considering they are standard RPMs, but it's a whole legal grey
>> area.. they didn't agree to any EULA, and the packages (third party non
>> open-source binaries) can't easily be changed to prompt the user to agree to
>> them at runtime.
> Being blunt, sorry, but I don't think broken proprietary software
> should cause the API design to be completely reworked.
> Packages _have_ to be installed silently by the daemon.
> Richard.
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