I'm sorry for breaking with the prevailing winds and actually posting on
topic but it's going to be a big day today - I have the office to myself
and I'm in the mood for a bit of mischief.
I have a Dell Poweredge with an Adaptec AIC-7899 Ultra160/m SCSI card
and a PERC 3/Di RAID controller (I believe drivers for both of these are
available on Dells site) which I'm going to cleanse of Windows as our
linux boxen are straining at the moment and this is only serving up the
odd word doc here and there. So I am looking for some advice on the
best distro for it. It's a production machine so there is no time for
fannying about with the awkward distros. It must be completed today
so I need something that will go on quickly and painlessly and hopefully
in such a way that no-one will notice the difference.
I have this anti-redhat leaning which I'm not sure is justified but 7.1
badly broke one of our own server products and I've never really
forgiven it. Is it time to move on and try 7.2?
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