Neglected in the discussion I have seen is the subject of non-Intel platforms.
Yeah, I didn't go into non-Intel platforms because RHL proper has been more-or-less Intel-specific for a while now... that is, if you're using a recent release (say RHL8 or RHL9), you're pretty much on Intel. So Red Hat's end-of-life for the RHL products isn't going to be a big issue for Alpha, Sparc and PPC users because they weren't using current RH retail stuff anyway... It would be nice if Fedora can eventually branch out to other platforms, I've got an UltraSPARC 10 that I wouldn't mind running Fedora on. For now, though, I'm happy to use Debian with it.
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