CentOS or OpenSLES cater to the people who want one or both of the first two, but are willing to do without the last
Ah, so that's my point. The customers of these vs the customers for the full price versions don't differ in that one can afford to pay more than the other, but that one can use more service than the other. Assuming we're talking about businesses, "willing to do without" means "has less expensive alternatives."
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