Windows to Linux Enterprise Migration!

Manilal K M libregeek at gmail.com
Thu Jul 3 11:24:27 UTC 2008


2008/7/3 Rajarshi Nandi <rajarshin at bajajcapital.com>:
> Dear Sir/Madam,
>
> We have recently migrated to Fedora server & we wish to migrate all our
> webbased & remote desktop access application (Windows Based) & shared
> resources on LAN & WAN to Linux Environment from Windows Environment. Can
> you guide us for the same?
>
>
> Thanks & Regards,
> Rajarshi Nandi
> Manager (IT Trainings & Project Implementations)
> IT Department
> Bajaj Capital Ltd
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Fedora is not an ideal candidate for a production environemnt, because
it has a shorter support period(around 2 years). It may be nice if you
would consider RHEL or CentOS for your production servers.



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