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Sankarshan Mukhopadhyay wrote:
>>I hope people might find it useful as its general perception that
>>Oracle runs only certified RH products like RHEL,RAS etc
>I think perhaps you would like to add caveat to the statement made
>above. Oracle *supports* installations on certified Operating System stack.
>In an ideal world, Oracle is dependant upon kernel and glibc version.
>www.puschitz.com is one site where RHEL as well as FC installations are
not exactly ,www.puschitz.com does not cover Oracle 9i installation
fc3 , fc4 and other derived products , he recently updated RHAS 4
general perception example
http://www.mail-archive.com/ilugd lists linux-delhi org/msg10882.html
http://www.mail-archive.com/ilugd lists linux-delhi org/msg10883.html
>>initially i had submitted this article on Redhat doc list but I really
>>got tired with my bad experience with RH bureaucratic process and
>>double standards (stuff like fedora is not supposed to Run in
>>enterprise and setup , use RHEL , we don t document proprietary stuff
>>for fedora but its ok for RHEL Blah blah) .
>Can you point to some public mailing list thread on this ?
read this thread
"Innovation is not absolutely necessary, but then neither is survival."
- -- Andrew Papageorge
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