On Tue, 15 Feb 2000 20:24:07 -0600,
+ > Yes, unless they include the source code. While that's possible, you're
+ > more likely to find the source code in a seperate package.
+ Well under GNU, don't they have to supply the source, or does that only
+ apply to kernels and other OS stuff...
Only if the software is released under a suitable license, which is
likely true, but not guaranteed.
Most of the time, software released in a package manager format has
two versions: a precompiled binary distribution, and a source code
distribution. If you can find one, you can find the other, if
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