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The distinction between restricted and multiverse is that Ubuntu itself pledges to support the software in restricted, whereas software in multiverse is provided by Ubuntu but with no guarantee of Ubuntu support. I's not really fair to say universe and multiverse software is "unsupported", just that support will be dependent on the third party that produced ...


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Your needed answer is quoted from http://www.howtogeek.com/194247/whats-the-difference-between-main-restricted-universe-and-multiverse-on-ubuntu/ Multiverse – Unsupported, Closed-Source and Patent-Encumbered Software Multiverse is the place for questionable, controversial stuff. This includes closed-source software like the Adobe Flash plug-in and ...


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The open source effort itself rarely makes much money. Donations perhaps. However, open source can be made to create an environment which is conducive to profit nearby. Most "for profit" work with open source consists of trying to create a symbiotic relationship between your profit generating venture and the open source community. Red hat is an excelent ...


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Ubuntu, being a free and open source OS, does not limit you to the usage of free (as in freedom, not as in free beer, to quote Richard Stallman) software only. If you take a look into the Ubuntu Software Center, you'll find a bunch of proprietary software, some of which you have to pay money for. Another example is Steam, which allows users to sell games for ...


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ask for donations. You can even have a donate button built into the app. kick of the project with a fund raiser / kickstarter. You can sell the binaries, Documentation, support contracts.



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