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Re: long term support release





On Jan 25, 2008 5:13 PM, Ralf Corsepius <rc040203 freenet de> wrote:

Do you want current packages or do you want the 3 year versions in RHEL?

Ralf

Why would you have to use 3 year old package versions when the RHEL release cycle is 18 months? Honestly speaking, for people interested in actually using an OS to get some real -work- done instead of seeking a life on the bleeding edge for their own thrill, RHEL5 and respins of it are very well usable. The Fedora user community is much more biased towards software enthousiasts and early adopters, and in general, they wouldn't even stick to Fedora release N after release N+1 has been readied 6 months later. Accordingly, I would expect the interest of LTS for this group to be rather limited.

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