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phk at phk.freebsd.dk
Fri Aug 6 12:21:45 PDT 2004
In message <1091818349.17455.2.camel at myrddin>, Paul Richards writes:
>On Fri, 2004-08-06 at 08:27, Colin Percival wrote:
>> Join the 21st century: Cryptography is no longer an optional component
>> of releases. The -DNOCRYPT build option still exists for anyone who
>> really wants to build non-cryptographic binaries, but the "crypto"
>> release distribution is now part of "base", and anyone installing from a
>> release will get cryptographic binaries.
>> Approved by: re (scottl), markm
>> Discussed on: freebsd-current, in late April 2004
>This might not be as dead an issue as people think. From information
>I've received recently it seems that exporting crypto from the UK now
>requires an export license.
Stop FUD'ing. No it doesn't. Read the Waasenaar accord.
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