About fedoras evolution?
Dale J. Chatham
dale at chatham.org
Wed Jun 16 14:55:23 UTC 2010
Unless RedHat has cleaned up their act, RH support is a, well, joke.
The CentOS forums are a much better way to go.
It has been a couple of years since I tried to do so, but setting up a
central CentOS updates repository is trivial. Setting up one with RH is
a bit of a chore and one has to wonder if it violates RH's license to do so.
On 06/16/2010 09:48 AM, birger wrote:
> On Wed, 2010-06-16 at 09:35 -0430, Patrick O'Callaghan wrote:
>> Agreed, but it's worth mentioning that CentOS tracks RHEL releases and
>> is available at no cost (and consequently no paid support).
> As my boss said it when I presented the budget forecast for my RHEL
> licenses; "It's less than the rounding errors in our other license
> budgets". Paying for basic support for RHEL should not be a problem.
> Actually, my biggest motivation for running CentOS on development and
> test servers is to avoid the technical part of the licensing hassle. And
> of course I run CentOS at home.
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