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OS/4 System Imaging (or Imager?)
« le: 01 septembre 2013 à 02:48:11 »
System Imaging has replaced Remastersys.  (System Imager already existed and does something different)

Friday, August 2, 2013
Remastersys / System Imager source code availability and license changes
It has come to my attention that Fragadelic has started charging $50.00 USD for the source code for Remastersys.  With all due respect to Tony, we completely disagree with that decision.  Since he doesnt develop Remastersys anymore and hasnt put up his promised updates well, its time for us to act.  As of Saturday, August 3rd 2013 at 2:00 am.  The PC OpenSystems team has released the source code for his last update, Remastersys 3.0.4-2 and hereby license that source code and the source code for System Imager 1.0 under the GNU GPLv2 source license.  All recipients of the Remastersys and System Imager source code are granted all rights and privileges as any other GNU GPLv2 source code, including the rights to modify and redistribute that code.

We do hope Fragadelic does join us and releases the source code for the GUI wrapper although we are not expecting him too.  Nonetheless a new GUI is being developed with System Imager

You can download the source code here

I have had a look at the program Desmoric pointed to in another thread of this forum, pylaivng v0.4.0 documentation, it also does seem interesting and not that difficult to use.

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