A c|net articles offers more details on Apple’s Mac OS X family licensing program, which allows users to install Mac OS X 10.2 on up to five Macs in their home for a flat-rate price of US$199. “This is a great way to allow honest people to remain honest,” Mac OS X marketing director Ken Bereskin told c|net, referring to Apple’s customers who like to keep their software legal but don’t want to spend $129 for each license of Mac OS X 10.2. Word of the family licensing program came earlier today, when Walter Mossberg offered details of the program in his weekly Wall Street Journal column.