[oclug] Linux and PST
flying-camel at rogers.com
Wed Nov 10 14:20:28 EST 2004
This is interesting. Here's the situation.
You have a system.
You install Debian on it.
You sell the system.
You charge for the hardware.
You charge for the installation of the software (but not the software
This is where it's interesting. You have to apply PST to the service of
installing the software. Now, if you were to go in and do some sort of
modifications (updates, configs, etc), you don't charge PST on that
since the software you're doing this on is free and therefor
Does this make sense to anybody else? Does it happen everywhere or just
Michael W. Bazdell <michael at baztech.com>
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