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Re: stable Fedora releases?



On Fri, 2004-05-21 at 10:27, Paul Chauvet wrote:
> Honestly, if you are looking for something as a successor in the
> Academic Environment that is rock solid, look at RH Enterprise Linux
> again.  Their academic pricing (without support, but with updates) are
> incredibly cheap ($50 for servers $25 for workstations).
> 
> We have a couple of labs and a dozen servers (some of the servers with
> support contracts though which brings the price way up though but it is
> worth it).  I and some other computer staff/students still use Fedora
> Core (1 and now 2) on their desktops.  We also use Fedora Core on some
> of our less critical servers.  If you need the rock solid stability,
> then that is what Red Hat Enterprise is really meant to be for, and for
> an academic price, it is very affordable.

For those reading this thread who may not qualify for academic pricing,
and want more stability than Fedora will offer, consider looking at some
of the RHEL rebuilds:

http://whiteboxlinux.org/
http://www.taolinux.org/
http://www.centos.org/

Phil




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