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The Apple-approved method of removing Classic
Authored by: Tulse on Sep 12, '06 08:00:42AM
I also think we're OK reproducing the above verbatim, as the document's licensing page states: "No part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted for commercial purposes, such as selling copies of this publication or for providing paid-for support services." Since we're not selling it, nor providing paid-for support services, I think we're OK to use it.
My guess is that since you're posting on a commercial site (one that accepts paid advertising), that counts as "transmitted for commercial purposes". Then again, I am not a lawyer.

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The Apple-approved method of removing Classic
Authored by: eno on Sep 13, '06 05:04:00AM

Yeah, that's exactly what I was going to say.

Apple can't copyright the "recipe" (the commands needed to remove Classic) but they can copyright their embodiment of the recipe (the supporting text and the text as a whole, the commands wrapped in the support text). To avoid infringing copyright the text would need to be rewritten.



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