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great job @adolfoluzardo @nickboltonuk @xinyuhou1003 for fixing SHIFT bug in @synergyseamless win 7/10 1.4.18 in 1.7.5

great job    for fixing SHIFT bug in  win 7/10 1.4.18 in 1.7.5

BUT

the  download links (for old broken 1.4.18 version) have disappeared YET AGAIN ! and how long will the #free #blackfri promo code (BlackFriday2015) work

I don’t want to compile it myself from

or use the nightly builds

See also

Finally on the SynergySeamless 1.7.5 about page the flos opensource copyleft copyright info doesn’t seem to have been updated since 2012.

synergy project about

Oracle Enterprise Linux (OEL) is freely re-distributable !

Oracle Enterprise Linux (and Oracle VM) is freely RE-distributable !
http://wiki.oracle.com/page/Unbreakable+Linux

Yes, it's free download but also free to re-distribute including copyrights and trademarks, see the EULA for more details.

And theres now a public yum server for OEL that offers a free and convenient way to install packages from the Enterprise Linux and Oracle VM installation media via a yum client.

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Sun Solaris 10 and Sun OpenSolaris 10

Sun Solaris 10 Operating System and Sun OpenSolaris 10 Operating System

Supported on over 1000 x86 and SPARC platforms—delivers the performance, stability and security your users and customers demand. With more applications available than for any other open operating system, one OS can span your entire enterprise: the Web tier, the data warehouse, and the most demanding technical compute applications.

Solaris appears to be free of charge (subject to the Legal Requirements below) while OpenSolaris is free libre open and free of charge !

OpenSolaris Links

Solaris Links

Solaris Legal Requirements

The Solaris 10 code can be obtained via a free Web download, obtaining a Solaris 10 media kit through the Sun store, receiving Solaris 10 pre-installed on Sun systems, among other methods. Use of the operating system is governed by the terms of the Software License Agreement (SLA).

In order to use the Solaris 10 Operating System for perpetual commercial use, each system running the Solaris 10 OS must have an entitlement to do so. The Entitlement Document is delivered to you either with a new Sun system, from Sun Services as part of your service agreement, or via e-mail when you register your systems through the Sun Download Center.

In addition, if you install the Solaris 10 OS on additional systems, you must register those systems to receive an additional Entitlement Document.

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