In reply to hippy at oceanfree.net's flatulent wordings,
> The Red Hat customers who will first notice the new charge structure are those maintaining more than one system via the RHN. Marshall said that until April 12, the service will be available for $9.95 per month per system, but after that date, the charge will increase to $19.95 per month for customers who buy the service a month at a time. Customers who choose to buy the service for a year will pay closer to $8.00 per month provided they enroll before the April deadline.
> you can read more @
>>http://linuxtoday.com/news_story.php3?ltsn=2001-03-19-007-20-NW-RH>> Me thinks Debain up date is looking even better than ever.
Debian APT was always much better, before and after redhat's fee introduction
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