Red Hat Linux ends - now what?
Posted Nov 6, 2003 2:38 UTC (Thu) by wolfrider
Parent article: Red Hat Linux ends - now what?
> Users might also choose to move to derivative products like Tummy.com's KRUD, or KRUD Server. KRUD is based on Red Hat Linux and users can opt for a monthly subscription with updates via CD-ROM. A one-year subscription to KRUD will run users $65, a one-year subscription to KRUD Server is $190. This may be an attractive option to many users, since Tummy.com does not require a per-machine subscription. Thus, a KRUD subscription is usable on any number of machines, unlike subscriptions to Red Hat Enterprise products.
--Dude, are you SERIOUSLY trying to advocate a move to a product with a name like KRUD?? WTF are you thinking?!
--Now Libranet, that's been getting some good reviews - and it's Debian-based. But they probably need to grow quite a bit more before businesses can rely on their support, from what I saw on their website.
--Mandrake might be someone to turn to for corporate support, but I haven't used their stuff since moving to SuSE 6.4 and 7.3.
--Hmmmmmm... Well, there's always FreeBSD I guess. :) (I use Knoppix personally, but hey I'm talking about corporate-level support here.)
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