Thanks for your information.
Can you please tell me the URL to the Red Hat/Fedora repository that you're talking about? I am not sure where is that.
Dave, you're correct, we need to do some comparison between Fedora and Red Hat.
Thank you very much! :-)
Can you please tell me the U
Chun Tat David Chu wrote:
No. There's only one repository. If you browse it you'll see RHDS release tags.Just to clarify, so Red Hat does store their source code of Red Hat Directory Server in a different repository than Fedora?
No, you can browse it in the same place as FDS.
And beside looking at it via CentOS source control system, if I have Red Hat subscription then I can also browse it via Red Hat source code control system, right?
If you're down at this level of detail it might be worth asking the question 'why?'
Usually the only reason you'd want to find the RHDS code would be to make a
bug-for-bug compatible build, which is an unusual thing to want to do.
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