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James McCarthy wrote:
> im thinking(have probalbly already decided) about using CentOS instead of RHEL,
> would be putting oracle on it(for testing, not production), and i
> wanted to know what experience has anyone else had?
> and are there any traps i need to look out for?
If you're familiar with the general RH setup, then CentOS is identical.
Installs a bucket load of crap, but yum makes it easy enough to get rid of.
> if this works out i'll be rolling CentOS out across the board.
>> and what about Tao/WhiteBox linux? anyone triend em?
whiteboxlinux released WBEL4 on the 6th of May. That's at least two
months after CentOS. From my point of view, I think whitebox linux is
undermanned, and CentOS is a better bet. I haven't used any of the other
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