CentOS turbulence and enterprise Linux tradeoffs
Posted Aug 4, 2009 9:46 UTC (Tue) by epa
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I don't use REHL. I had to use Fedora for a while and that experience still has me waking up in the middle of the night in cold sweats.
This seems a bit unfair; you do realize that the two distributions have different goals? Perhaps you think that Fedora is so terrible that nobody associated with it could ever be capable of making a reasonable enterprise distribution, but to me that is like thinking that a bad tennis player would automatically be bad at rowing. I would suggest you can't judge the quality of RHEL except by trying it, or at least trying CentOS. (I happen to think Fedora is pretty good at what it does.)
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