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Re: FC2 Issues



First of all, if I understand OP's threat, I think migrating his entire
company from RHEL to another distro because he doesn't like FC2 would be
nuts.  Be that as it may, he may have a legitimate quibble.  To me, any
Fedora Core distribution says "Use at your own risk"; a "release" version
says "Probably stable and reasonably bug-free, no guarantees"; a "test"
version says "untested" or "partially tested".  It would be majorly
helpful to me if problems such as OP describes and others--personally I
haven't even gotten the install to run on my machine yet, though I haven't
tried lately--were discovered and fixed before the "release" phase.  The
fact that they weren't--OP claims they were discovered but not fixed--may
be indicative of a need for more users of the "test" releases.  The work
done on this list and elsewhere should make it very unlikely that such
problems will make it into RHEL, though if they do it's officially
supported.  My $.02.

David Liguori




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