Fedora Legacy end-of-life announcements
Posted Jul 25, 2006 12:25 UTC (Tue) by Junior_Samples
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You nailed it, jimmybgood. No one in their right mind would recommend Fedora for serious business use. If your main business is something other than fiddling with and configuring operating systems, Fedora can become a terrible time sink.
Just when you have a Fedora system nailed down, configured, and secure, you know it will be soon obsolete. Although the Fedora crowd is loath to admit it, Fedora has "hobbyist aficionado software" written all over it.
And the idea that Fedora upgrades are painless, depends on your threshold for pain. I've never seen a Fedora version change without issues. Someone looking for a stable, professional, and Redhat flavored free OS for a real business environment better look at CentOS instead.
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