Buck wrote: > May I ask, what alternative are you looking at? > ... > -----Original Message----- > That's a self-contradictory statement. If a product is not protected > from vulnerabilities, it is not stable enough to operate for long > periods. And that's what makes Fedora unsuitable for university, > non-profit, and small business server environments. It's a good thing i'm not Michael S. :-) I'm not looking at any particular alternatives yet - RHL9 is still supported, and my machines are staying on it for the time being. I'm waiting for RH to come up with a reasonable alternative for us non-profits. Attn: Tom Callaway, i still haven't heard anything from anyone at Red Hat on this note... -- Paul http://paulgear.webhop.net A: Because we read from top to bottom, left to right. Q: Why should i start my reply below the quoted text?
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