[Glass] Changes to terms of Free for Commercial Use license for 3.2 and beyond

Sebastian Heidbrink sebastian_heidbrink at yahoo.de
Fri Apr 25 09:33:22 PDT 2014

Hi Frank,

honestly,... to it your way. it is indeed much more hassle to use the 
VM, in my opinion...
Just install a virgin Ubuntu VM somehwere and got to this site:

download the installGemstone.sh and execute as non-root user:
chmod +x installGemstone.sh (not even sure if this is in fact still needed)

source /opt/gemstone/product/seaside/defSeaside

done! you are good to go.

If you stil lwant to just try the preconfigured vm,.... you can find it 


But I have no idea how up-to-date it is.


Am 25.04.2014 08:27, schrieb FrankB:
> Hello,
> two questions:
> 1) Is there any new licensing scheme published?
> 2) Is there any GLASS in a VM ready-to-run available for download?
> Either SuSe Linux or Win7, if possible.
> I would like to avoid going through the hassle of having to assemble and
> install all components, which normally in the Smalltalk world can cause
> quite some headaches.
> Regards
> FrankB
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