On Wed, 2004-04-21 at 21:35, Rick Moen wrote:
> Quoting James McLellan (jmclellan at deicorp.net):
>> > If you can keep a 28k connection open long enough to get the file
> > through the wire, I've found it here:
> > http://redhat.lsu.edu/6.1/iso/>> OK, I give up. Given that my calendar says 2004, why?
I would hedge a bet that "some software company" has a product that
"only runs" on RH6.1.
I've heard that argument before from customers but its not the reality.
Unless the software has a _kernel_ driver, then there is no reason that
I can tell for such a requirement.
The only reason that they would say such a thing is that they have only
tested (certified) RH6.1 with the product.
"Bonzai" - Place your best.....
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