>> Slightly OT, but why would anyone run RHEL unless they wanted
> RH support? If you don't want support, isn't it more sensible
> to run Fedora?
>From our point of view in the hosting industry we need to have long
release cycles, we don't want to have to upgrade the OS every other
month because there is a new distro version out and there are no longer
patchs for the previous version. So RHEL makes sense with its 5 year
release cycle, hence we have adopted Tao and Whitebox as successors to
Redhat 7.3/9.0 that we have been using which are both based on RHEL.
We also have RHEL as there are some commercial products out there that
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