> I could be wrong on this, but from what I've read, the only
> difference between RHEL and CentOS, are (a) different Logos, and (b)
> compiled by different people, and (c) RedHat Support(or lack
The /etc/redhat-release content is different too. :-)
That was enough to break [an obviously incredibly brittle...] installer
that was substring matching on the content of that file in my tests of
Changing /etc/redhat-release (don't have the exact string to hand, you
get the idea) to "Redhat (compatible; CentOS 4)"
in the manner of workaround browser ID strings of course fixed that, but
I'm embarrassed to admit it took several minutes of head scratching to
work out what was wrong.
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