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On Wednesday 31 December 2003 05:45, Akbar S. Ahmed wrote:
I'll quote Red Hat staff here, "Fedora is not a production
Maybe not exact but close enough.
To repeat, if you want a stable production quality Linux then use RHEL.
If you doubt me, then ask one of the RH people to chime in. If they say
that Fedora is a stable platform that is "suitable for production use"
then I'll stand corrected. I have no problems with that.
Your point of view, not mine. I still stand to what I've said for reasons I
won't try to explain, since it would steer this thread even more off-topic.
Any Linux distros, of any kind, purpose or stability benefits from a good,
well written and focused documentation.
If Fedora and RHEL can't share the same docs, than it is up to us to write
good doccos for Fedora. Not only for people like me that end up using Fedora
as a prod env Linux, but also to hobbyists and early adopters.
Luiz Rocha <lsdr at LSDR.net>
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