The GPL or LGPL licenses allows you those freedoms, so it is free software.output and the Cygwin User's Guide for more information.For more information about using Cygwin's Corinna Vinschen is the current project lead. Corinna is responsible for the Cygwin library and maintains a couple of packages, for instance Open SSH, Open SSL, and a lot more.Yaakov Selkowitz is another Red Hat engineer working on the Cygwin project.If you are looking for the version number for the whole Cygwin release, there is none.Each package in the Cygwin release has its own version.
The goal of such freedom is that the people who use a given piece of software should be able to change it to fit their needs, learn from it, share it with their friends, etc."foo", instead of "setup" -U --keep-untrusted-keys Use untrusted keys and retain all -L --local-install Install from local directory -l --local-package-dir Local package directory -m --mirror-mode Skip availability check when installing from local directory (requires local directory to be clean mirror!) -B --no-admin Do not check for and enforce running as Administrator -d --no-desktop Disable creation of desktop shortcut -r --no-replaceonreboot Disable replacing in-use files on next reboot.For a searchable list of packages that can be installed with Cygwin, see https://cygwin.com/packages/.The Cygwin Setup program is designed to be interactive, but there are a few different ways to automate it.