On Tue, 6 Apr 2004, Conor Wynne wrote:
> Hmm, don't entirely agree with you there. Perhaps experimental is
> the wrong choice of words. It would be better to say that RHEL uses
> "mature" code as opposed to fedora and others.
Fedora is essentially what RHL was, 6 month target release schedules,
devel is done in RawHide, one or two test releases... gosh, doesnt
that sound just like RHL? (except, they update to latest packages,
not backport fixes), indeed:
> Most of my customers use RHEL, lots use Oracle in SAN environments. And
> when I say "enterprise products" I mean others like SLES7/8 from Suse and
> the rest as much as RH.
Right, fair enough. Use whatever is best suited. Its just the "fedora
experimental! ayeee!" comment i took issue with. :)
> I would recommend such customers to go with RHEL or SLES. My personal
> preference is RH.
RHL or RHEL? If the former, Fedora is essentially the continuation of
> "My distro is better than yours" - sing to the milkshake song.
nyah nyah nyaa nyaaa nyah!
> Conor Wynne
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