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Posted 28 Dec 2011I'm at SwampU.
Posted 28 Dec 2011Dru Lavigne.
Posted 8 Jun 2011Then he should install Debian to the jail broken system and make the packages on there.
There is a tutorial http://forums.debian...ic.php?p=228570 and it requires a Debian system.
Again: Why aren't you using Debian to create a Debian package?
Posted 8 Jun 2011Why aren't you using Debian to make a Debian package?
Posted 8 Jun 2011Take the licensing into consideration. Where does the code come from?
If it contains GPL code, you have to follow the version license.
If BSD, the same situation as above.
Any external source you use must be stated.
And what happens when you no longer support that product? Are you going to subtly pressure the users into buying a new version?
Have you thought about opening the code up for others to help improve it?
So, people will get charged twice- once for the application and once for the source code- and then charged a fee for support.
And what will you do when you find your code doesn't work on very machine? It will be interesting to see, especially if you're working with limited exposure to other systems and architectures.
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