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Re: Red Hat Users Invited To Test RHEL 5



On Thu, 2006-09-14 at 22:26 -0400, Jim Cornette wrote:

> So I guess I'll make do with Fedora and hope the software and 
> preferences that I like are still an interest to include within RHEL. 
> not for the sake of RHEL, but as a Fedora user. Quite a few of my 
> favorite applications migrated from Fedora Core into Fedora-Extras, sor 
> RHEL probably would be too slimmed down for my usage at home.

One of the swell benefits of being a Beta Tester for RHEL is that when
it's over, the participants get some swag and a new boxed edition of the
Release. I've gotten several. So, for those on this list that really
need a production server but don't have the scratch for it, this is a
golden opportunity. There have been numerous posts here referencing the
other distros used by Fedora list members to maintain a working solid
server. Getting RHEL for free is worth some testing on a spare machine,
to get to the prizes in the final box delivered freight pre-paid. 

I find for the Defense, that RH can post such opportunities to us here
in the cheap seats and that anyone in need of such shouldn't be cringing
in the corner, afraid to even ask questions concerning RHEL, in response
to perceived aggressive statements that declare the topic off limits by
Fiat. My two cents, Ric

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