> On Tuesday 04 May 2004 11:56, Niall O Broin wrote:
>>> And that "boilerplate EULA" is indeed interesting, because it clearly
>> states that you can redistribute RHEL, with the exception of commercial
>> redistribution of RedHat's trademarked elements.
>> 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?
No. The beauty of RHEL is that every quarter new ISO's are released
containing _only_ bugfixes from well tested code. Fedora on the other hand
is bleeding edge. i.e.: a hippy distro like debian or slackware :--0
Obviously you dont have to wait for every quarter as each package can be
installed manually etc.
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weebowl, mail me and I'll put him in a far better home.
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