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Re: rhl website?



Michael K. Johnson wrote:

So among our goals, we want to preserve (and increase) usability in

the GUI, want to continue to make intelligent choices about default
settings for configuration files, want to continue to think about
data integrity when we choose what to enable and recommend in terms
of kernel features, etc.



I hate to seem like a freeloader (and I've purchased more than a few
boxed sets for myself) but the consumer releases, downloaded or
purchased, are just more suitable for my users than any of the
enterprise offerings and I'm sure I'm not alone. i.e.what happens here
is really important.


Also in the area of clustering (Beowulfery and batch farms) the Redhat 'consumer releases' are widely used.

I'd maybe like to explore this topic more fully on another thread.





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