> 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
>> 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. :)
When I read it back I was tempted to disagree with myself aswell :--)
> RHL or RHEL? If the former, Fedora is essentially the continuation of
> RHL. :)
RHEL for SAN's, RHL for other server tasks. I use fedora at home on my
webserver for example.
Fedora is quite nice as a desktop, but anything goes really. I even had
whiteboxlinux once, iso's still on my NFS exports for when I get bored
with my current flavour.
>>> "My distro is better than yours" - sing to the milkshake song.
>> nyah nyah nyaa nyaaa nyah!
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