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Re: redhat to fedora



Les Mikesell wrote:
On Tue, 2005-08-30 at 06:49, Alexander Dalloz wrote:

Am Di, den 30.08.2005 schrieb gaurav um 9:52:


move to redhat to debian or freebsd but never to fc on production server

In this way of absolute statement I don't share that opinion. Fedora can of course be a reliable platform for server tasks in a business environment, just like Red Hat Linux once was.


While you may be able to make fedora work for a server the
Centos project makes a lot more sense for someone who
likes Red Hat but doesn't want to deal with the fast fedora
release cycle and can't pay for Red Hat Enterprise.
http://www.centos.org


I second this opinion. IMO, FCx is not the proper OS for a workplace environment. No criticism of FCx, just a matter of using the right tool for the right job. For one who is developing a product and wants to be "leading edge", FCx is fine.

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